Chile not giving up on World Cup dream: FIFA summons Byron Castillo, Ecuador and Peru to testify | Video RMMD DTBN | Game-Total
Once the case is believed Byron Castillo The Court of Appeal was closed FIFA The National Association of Professional Footballers (ANFP) surprised by setting the time for a new trial against the current club Lyon player, accusing him of being Colombian and not Ecuadorian.
According to Third Chile, FIFA already a player, the Confederation of EcuadorANFP and the Peruvian Football Federation (FPF) So they appeared for the hearing remotely in Zurich from 2:30 PM on September 15th.
According to the aforementioned media, Peru was invited as Peru joins claims against Byrne Castillo after Qatar’s exit from the 2022 World Cup at the hands of Australia through criminal means.
It should be remembered that ANFP’s lawyer Eduardo Carlesso was against FIFA’s initial decision and repeated on several occasions that the ‘dry’ winger’s testimony would be indispensable in the trial case. In addition, he also clarified that they will appeal yes or no from Chile.
“Obviously FIFA won’t have a specific inquiry into the player, and that worries me a lot because when we got in we asked for an inquiry to be set up to hear the player. He has to speak, the sports bodies have to listen. He’s a key witness, a key person, a key stakeholder, a key inquiry. He should speak. I am very concerned that FIFA did not invite him for a virtual audience to hear him. I understand that the player should be present to speak to FIFA, to give an explanation. And I am very concerned that he was not invited,” the lawyer said.
What does Chile demand?
‘Roja’ should punish Ecuador’s football federation for using false documents, stripping them of points in the qualifiers played by Byron Castillo, which left Chile fourth in the standings. It gives direct access to the World Cup.