Chile's appeal rejected FIFA confirms Ecuador's participation in the Qatar World Cup 2022

Chile's appeal rejected FIFA confirms Ecuador's participation in the Qatar World Cup 2022  Ecuador v Argentina - FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Qualifier FIFA said on Friday it had rejected Chile's appeal in the case of Ecuador's unfairly playing Byron Castillo in the World Cup qualifiers.  This means that Ecuador will participate in the World Cup finals to be held in Qatar between November 20 and December 18.  "Among other considerations, it was found on the basis of the documents submitted that the player was considered to have permanent Ecuadorean citizenship," FIFA said in a statement.  The Chilean Federation appealed the FIFA decision issued on the tenth of last June; By rejecting his complaint on the grounds that Castillo was born in "Tomaco", Colombia, in 1995, and not in the city of "General Beamil Playas" in 1998, as mentioned in his official documents.  "The Appeal Committee has confirmed the decision of the Disciplinary Committee to close the proceedings initiated against the Ecuadorean Federation," FIFA said in a statement, after analyzing the requests submitted by all parties and after a hearing.  Castillo played 8 of the 18 matches that Ecuador played in the World Cup qualifiers, and Ecuador denied any wrongdoing regarding the player's participation.  Ecuador scored 14 out of 26 points with the participation of Castillo, and losing points in the matches he played would have meant missing the finals in Qatar.  Ecuador competes in Group A, which includes host country Qatar, Senegal and the Netherlands, and the finals will start on November 20, and the opening match will bring together Qatar and Ecuador.  And the British newspaper, Daily Mail, had revealed new evidence of forged travel documents, audio recordings and documents confirming that the Ecuadorean player Castillo was born in Colombia, and this threatens Ecuador with exclusion from the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.  And the “Daily Mail” said that Ecuador faces the risk of exclusion from the World Cup in Qatar after the newspaper obtained new evidence of a shocking confession from an Ecuadorian player using a forged birth certificate, noting that this confession was presented in an official investigation that was covered up by the Ecuadorian Football Association.

Ecuador v Argentina - FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Qualifier
FIFA said on Friday it had rejected Chile's appeal in the case of Ecuador's unfairly playing Byron Castillo in the World Cup qualifiers.

This means that Ecuador will participate in the World Cup finals to be held in Qatar between November 20 and December 18.

"Among other considerations, it was found on the basis of the documents submitted that the player was considered to have permanent Ecuadorean citizenship," FIFA said in a statement.

The Chilean Federation appealed the FIFA decision issued on the tenth of last June; By rejecting his complaint on the grounds that Castillo was born in "Tomaco", Colombia, in 1995, and not in the city of "General Beamil Playas" in 1998, as mentioned in his official documents.

"The Appeal Committee has confirmed the decision of the Disciplinary Committee to close the proceedings initiated against the Ecuadorean Federation," FIFA said in a statement, after analyzing the requests submitted by all parties and after a hearing.

Castillo played 8 of the 18 matches that Ecuador played in the World Cup qualifiers, and Ecuador denied any wrongdoing regarding the player's participation.

Ecuador scored 14 out of 26 points with the participation of Castillo, and losing points in the matches he played would have meant missing the finals in Qatar.

Ecuador competes in Group A, which includes host country Qatar, Senegal and the Netherlands, and the finals will start on November 20, and the opening match will bring together Qatar and Ecuador.

And the British newspaper, Daily Mail, had revealed new evidence of forged travel documents, audio recordings and documents confirming that the Ecuadorean player Castillo was born in Colombia, and this threatens Ecuador with exclusion from the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

And the “Daily Mail” said that Ecuador faces the risk of exclusion from the World Cup in Qatar after the newspaper obtained new evidence of a shocking confession from an Ecuadorian player using a forged birth certificate, noting that this confession was presented in an official investigation that was covered up by the Ecuadorian Football Association.
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