The very harsh sanction from FIFA that could result in

The very harsh sanction from FIFA that could result in the former Cristal player no longer playing in 2024

The very harsh sanction from FIFA that could result in

The recent launch of FIFA's registration ban platform came with bad news for two of Ecuador's most important football clubs: League of Quito j Emelec. Albos and Electricians form a large list of clubs banned from registering players by the global body in 2024. This sanction is particularly problematic for a former Sporting Cristal player who left the Rimense club this year to join Bombillo.

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Which former Sporting Cristal player might not play in 2024?

The footballer who could be seriously affected by the penalty imposed on Emelec by FIFA is Washington Corozo. The Ecuadorian winger, 2020 Liga 1 champion with the club from La Florida, terminated his contract with the Brewers by not interfering in the sports planning of new coach Enderson Moreira.

Afterwards, last Sunday, January 7, the Guayaquil team announced in style as a brand new reinforcement for a period of three years in exchange for 70% of its economic rights. However, FIFA would block his registration for at least three transfer markets as long as the imposed veto remains in effect. This means that “Manchita” could remain without a game for the whole of 2024 if this problem is not resolved.

Why was Emelec sanctioned by FIFA?

Although FIFA Registration Bans did not specify the reason for punishing the blue team, it would be economic, as this is not the first time that it has been impossible To players due to debt. In July 2023, he had to pay out almost $124,000 he owed Rayo Vallecano for the loan of a player to confirm the records of Aníbal Chalá, Michael Carcelén and Jaime Ayoví.

As DSports Ecuador reports, both LDU and Emelec are already looking for solutions to lift the disciplinary measure in order to be able to integrate the footballers with whom they already have agreements.