Therefore, beyond that Xeneize will appear to play on Sunday 9 December in Madrid, having seven consecutive days to appeal to the Conmebol Appeals Court (which usually supports the Discipline Unit's decision). Y plans to go to the Arbitration Court for Sports, the famous TAS, a kind of Supreme Court independent of FIFA.
Now, what can Boca get at TAS? Can you reverse the adverse results on the desktop? "If Boca accepts to play, the results don't change, what can be modified is the penalty tenor", underline Germán Ramírez, a lawyer specialized in sports law and a former member of the Board of Directors of San Lorenzo, before consultation Infobae.
"There is no time to change decisions because of the appeal without suspensions of roosters, the deadline for completing the TAS exceeds December 9," Ramírez added.
As a result, the time of verbose BAGS; Worth emulating by illustration. In February 2018, Deportivo Riestra went to the Sports Arbitration Court to reaffirm ten points that the AFA Disciplinary Court had removed for the incident on the occasion of the match against Communication which enabled him to rise to National B. However, TAS finally failed (negatively for the Bajo Flores club) in June, when it had dropped from the category.
Meaning: after the Court's ruling, Guillermo Barros Schelotto's set can only get the seventh Libertadores in the field. If it falls, the result will be irreversible. Yes, you can get the sentence to River more in line with what he believed Boca believed to be fair.