Argentine Football Association (AFA) President Claudio “Cheque” Tapia, On Monday, he said he would appeal a FIFA ruling ordering Brazil and Argentina to play again and imposing sanctions on four players from both teams.
“As the AFC President, I am committed to making all necessary efforts and to appeal FIFA’s decision regarding the qualifying match with Brazil. Our priority is the Argentine national team. always”Tapia wrote on his Twitter account.
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Minutes ago, FIFA announced that the Brazil-Argentina match in the South American qualifiers, which was suspended on September 5, must be completed after five minutes when members of Brazil’s National Health Monitoring Agency entered the stadium claiming that four Argentine players had falsified the information. When they enter the country, they must remain in isolation.
And FIFA sanctioned Argentine Emiliano Buendia, Emiliano Martinez, Giovanni Lo Celso and Christian Romero for two days for non-compliance with the regulations “The Return of Football: Protocol for International Matches”.
Brazilian health regulations require people who have been in the UK, India and South Africa in the last 14 days to comply with a mandatory ten-day quarantine and according to health authorities, athletes playing in English football have given “false information”.
In addition to the penalties imposed on the players, the Disciplinary Committee imposed economic fines on the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) for “offences against security and public order” and on the AFC for “failure to comply with its obligations regarding security and public order, preparations and participation in the match” .
In the absence of another two days of South American qualifiers, which will be held in March, Brazil and Argentina confirmed qualification for the World Cup in Qatar. If there were no changes, Albiceleste would not be able to count on the four players sanctioned against Venezuela, as a local, and Ecuador as a visitor.
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