August 3, 2022 at 3:04 p.m.
The “media show” mounted by the lawyer Eduardo Carlezzo and the Chilean Federation continue despite the Fifa showed his position. We tell you everything Byron’s Castle Affair and the chances that the Tricolor miss the world cup.
FIFA has already received the complaint from the management of Chilean football (ANFP) about the claim that was formally made in the case of Byron Castillowho has been charged with alleged falsification of documents relating to his nationality and that the Ecuadorian Football Federation (FEF) I would have known.
On June 10, the FIFA Disciplinary Committee ruled in favor of Ecuador, stating that there was no error on the part of the Ecuadorian Football Federationthat is why the Chilean Federation will seek to reach the last instances to go towards Qatar 2022 out the window, since for sporting merits Ecuador is the classified ad.
Pablo Milad, the president of the ANFP, spoke about the situation in Chile after presenting his appeal to FIFA in the Byron Castillo case. It is clear that Chile will reach their final instances and appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), the final instance that would determine whether or not Chile will play in the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
This is why the Chilean Federation, through its lawyer Eduardo Carlezzo, clings to the possibility of attending the World Cup: “When you start, you have to finish. It is in the process of reaching the instances and we have to comply with it. It’s part of the principles when you file a complaint”, assured Milad to Chilean objective network.
After studying the case for a month, the highest body in world football delivered its verdict on June 10. rejecting Chile’s complaint and ruling in favor of Ecuador, which, for now, will participate in the World Cup to be held in Qatar.
“The FIFA Disciplinary Committee rejects all charges against the Ecuadorian Football Federation”indicates the document distributed by the agency. “The disciplinary proceedings initiated against the Ecuadorian Football Federation are declared closed”concluded the text signed by the vice-president of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee, Anin Yeboah.
The reason why FIFA gave the decision to Ecuador
Chile’s La Tercera newspaper, revealed what the FIFA document says for the National Professional Football Association of Chile (ANFP) regarding the complaint regarding the Byron Castillo case.
“The Ecuadorian resolutions leave no room for interpretation, since they explicitly establish that the identification of the player who appears in the Ecuadorian civil registrywhere it is stated that he was born on November 10, 1998, contains no errors and is considered valid,” was one of FIFA’s responses on the evidence provided by FEF lawyers.
“In these circumstances, the Commission has indicated that it is bound to take into consideration and respect the decisions of national state courts (as well as national laws) concerning the identity or nationality of persons, since these procedures fall within the exclusive competence of the state court . Therefore, the Commission is subject to the evaluation carried out by the Ecuadorian court on issues related to the identity (and nationality) of one of its citizens, the Player”, stressed the Third, understanding that they cannot override Ecuadorian laws.
What about Ecuador?
FEF President Francisco Egas released the document that ratifies Ecuador’s participation in the Qatar 2022 World Cup. The FEF kept a low profile in the face of Chile’s accusations and Egas said all the necessary evidence had been provided. to verify that Byron Castillo is Ecuadorian with documentation from the Government of Ecuador’s Civil Registry, the only entity that can determine a person’s nationality in the country.
The figure Eduardo Carlezzo would earn for winning the case
A few days ago, the communication medium also revealed part of the fees and expenses that the lawyer would have if he achieved the goal. Carlezzo would get $200,000 if he could convince FIFA that Ecuador had “cheated” in the Qualifiers with the participation of Byron Castillo. In addition, the lawyer would charge $40,000 in fees.