Peru considers that it should go to the World Cup if FIFA excludes Ecuador due to the Byron Castillo case

Peru considers that it should go to the World Cup if FIFA excludes Ecuador due to the Byron Castillo case

According to Juan Pablo Varsky, he points out that the FPF would act quickly if they exclude Ecuador from the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

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Perú considers that it should go to the World Cup if FIFA excludes Ecuador due to the Byron Castillo case

Peru considers that it should go to the World Cup if FIFA excludes Ecuador due to the Byron Castillo case (Photo: AFP)/

After the hearing of Byron Castillo< /u>, the journalist Juan Pablo Varsky revealed through his official Twitter account that “Peru considers being qualified for the Qatar 2022 World Cup if they exclude Ecuador ”, to prove that the player who plays for León de México falsified his documents. In addition, he maintains that the ruling would come out in the next 20 days.

What the President said from the Chilean ANFP after Byron Castillo's confession

After learning of such a revelation, from Chile, Pablo Milad, president of the National Association of Professional Football, stated his position. In a talk with ADN Deportes, the manager maintained that the recording “supports that our claim and complaint is correct”. So the southerners' arguments will be more solid.

Likewise, Milad acknowledged that the audio was not part of the complaint filed by the entity Chilean sports before FIFA to review the case of the current player from León de México. “It is external evidence that we did not have within the evidence that we presented, but it consolidates and makes the complaint more truthful” , he added.

The director referred to the scenario in which the Chilean team replaces the Ecuadorian team in the tournament that runs from November 20 to December 18. “It will depend on the appeals chamber, it does not depend directly on us, our appreciation may be different from that of the chamber”.

Of course, Milad warned that if the result is adverse “we will continue until the last consequences”. Therefore, it is possible that the Mapochos take the matter to other instances of sports justice: “We have the option of going to the CAS later, burning the last instance.”.

Peru considers that it should go to the World Cup if FIFA excludes Ecuador due to Byron Castillo case

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