Ecuador’s Byron Castillo in motion with Argentina’s Nicolas Gonzalez throughout the World Cup South American Qualifiers on March 29, 2022. (REUTERS/Jose Jacome)
Chile’s Soccer Federation (ANFP) is interesting in opposition to FIFA’s determination to dismiss their grievance that Ecuador fielded an ineligible participant throughout the World Cup qualifying marketing campaign.
FIFA’s determination on June 10 meant Ecuador have been cleared to play in November’s finals in Qatar however the Chileans are persevering with to push the difficulty.
The ANPF mentioned it had proof that Ecuador’s Byron Castillo was born in Tumaco, Colombia in 1995 and never within the Ecuadorean metropolis of Basic Villamil Playas in 1998 as said on his official paperwork.
It claimed the Barcelona of Guayaquil full again, who performed in eight of Ecuador’s 18 qualifying video games for the Qatar World Cup, used a false passport and delivery certificates.
FIFA had mentioned that “after analysing the submissions of all events involved and contemplating all components introduced earlier than it” it was not taking motion.
However on Thursday, Chile mentioned that they had submitted an attraction to soccer’s world governing physique.
Jorge Yunge, Basic Secretary of the Chilean Soccer Affiliation, mentioned in a press release: “We’re fully positive in regards to the conclusions of our investigations.
“It’s completely clear that the participant makes use of an adulterated Ecuadorean doc. What’s at stake right here is not only a spot within the 2022 World Cup, however your entire precept of honest play.”
Chile completed seventh in qualifying with 19 factors, lacking out on a spot within the finals. Ecuador certified in fourth place.
Peru completed in fifth place however missed out on the finals after shedding their playoff to Australia.