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Messi confirms to the AFA that will not attend to ask pardon to the FIFA

Published:3/05/2017 - 16:42h

Updated:3/05/2017 - 16:42h

To weigh that from the AFA abetted to Leo Messi to attend to Zurich to ask pardon to the FIFA by something that had not done, the forward of the Barça has denied to travel to recess his sanction "by personal reasons". It will speak by videoconference

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As they would have revealed from Catalonia these days backwards, Leo Messi already would have communicated him to the president of the AFA, Claudio Wall, that is not had to travel to Zurich to ask pardon in front of the FIFA. It will not do it as it understands that his sanction is unfair and will not subject to such vexation. Officially, this yes, the surroundings of the crack of the Barça affirms that "by personal reasons" will not be able to attend to the appointment of this 4 May.

The AFA would have asked him to Leo this to treat to recess his sanction of four to two parties. But the own player does not tolerate that the maximum organism of football demand (of form no official) a pardon by part of the ten. This yes, the player will appear through videoconference to explain the sucedido.

This would have explained it to him the own Messi to Wall in the meeting that had does weeks. The same in which the president asked after him his seem on the signing of Jorge Sampaoli from the month of June.

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Everything aims to that the technician of the Seville FC will be his next seleccionador. Without going more far, the next president of the federation confirmed that Sampaoli is the only candidate that contemplate. A candidate that expects recess him the sanction to his star to be able to begin to use it in the next official commitments.

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