Ecuador excluded from the World Cup? There is new evidence

The negative hero of the whole thing is Byron Castillo. He allegedly used a false birth certificate during eight World Cup qualifying matches. FIFA has not yet made a decision on this matter. This is due on Thursday.

The media reported that the world federation would want to sweep the case under the carpet, and the investigation was to be closed. Sportsmail, however, has released new evidence that has emerged recently. According to journalists, they knew them and were covered up by the Ecuadorian federation.

The Daily Mail presented a recording of the player’s conversation with the head of the investigative committee four years ago. There it is stated that Castillo was born in 1995 and not in 1998 as it is written on the birth certificate. The competitor also provided his full name, which is different than in the documents.

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