Ecuador could be kicked out of the Qatar 2022 World Cup due to Byron Castillo’s faulty credentials, a Daily Mail report reveals.
Ecuador could be kicked out of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar after new evidence that one of its footballers, Byron Castillo, used a false birth certificate, British newspaper the Daily Mail has revealed.
England — Ecuadorian football team can be discharged from Qatar World Cup 2022 In the face of new evidence, one of his football players, Byron CastilloAccording to the British tabloid Daily Mail on Monday, it used a false birth certificate.
The diary details that “extraordinary revelation” will come before FIFA Appeals Committee Make a decision this week on the matter, which could affect the participation of the Ecuadorian team Qatar 2022.
The Daily Mail is recording and publishing what it says is a conversation between the footballer Byron Castillo and researchers Ecuadorian Football Federation (FEF) It analyzed his case in 2018.
In the audio, the athlete “clarifies that he was born in 1995, not 1998, as stated on his Ecuadorian birth certificate,” the British newspaper describes.
This is how the football player states his full name Bayron Javier Castillo SeguraThis relates to his Colombian birth certificate, not the Ecuadorian one on which he was identified Byron David Castillo SeguraAccording to the Daily Mail.
The newspaper adds that it “details how he left the Colombian city of Dumaguez for San Lorenzo in Ecuador to try to carve out a career in soccer” and “names Ecuadorian businessmen who gave him a new identity.”
At the same time, the newspaper publishes a letter detailing the conclusions reached by the federation after those investigations.
The letter asserts that Castillo is a Colombian citizen born in Dumaguete in 1995 and contains recorded evidence of the player’s “confession”.
Despite that, the FEF Castillo was officially determined to be an Ecuadorian citizen in 2019, the Daily Mail adds, confirming Castle “He admitted that he used a false passport and that the Ecuadorian federation covered it up.”