The World Cup in Russia begins with a resounding expulsion

The World Cup in Russia begins with a resounding expulsion
    The World Cup in Russia begins with a resounding expulsion
    Aden Marwa, one of the 63 race assistants who should have participated in the most important event in 2018, was excluded with immediate effect for corruption.

    To highlight the case was the BBC, which told how the original Kenyan assistant had accepted the bribe of a Ghanaian journalist who was a fake FIFA member.

    his 'yes', he broke the FIFA code of conduct and the Kenyan federation presided by Nick Mwendwa has only to accept the decision, without even appeal.

    Marwa, a 41-year physics and chemistry teacher at a Komotobo institute, was one of only four African assistants selected for the World Cup and will now need to be replaced.

    Accepting the fake offer, the additional has seen the possibility of pocketing 20 thousand euros for his participation in the World Cup.

    In the meantime, just a few days before the official start of the event that will start with the inaugural competition between Russia and Saudi Arabia, the Argentine national team has been at the center of the controversy.

    Selecciòn would have had to challenge Israel in a friendly match on Saturday in Jerusalem, but the match was canceled by the Argentine soccer federation after the threats suffered by Messi and his comrades (with lots of t-shirts burned) by some Palestinian protesters. The decision to organize the meeting as part of the celebrations for the seventieth anniversary of the State of Israel was to trigger the wrath of the Arab community. "It is as if we were playing to celebrate the British occupation of the Malvinas Islands," the Palestinian ambassador in Buenos Aires complained.

    The cancellation of the test match decided by Argentina has inevitably provoked strong reactions from the Israeli side. Olé points out that Comtec, the company responsible for organizing the much-discussed friendly, will ask FIFA to exclude Argentina from the next world championships in Russia on charges of "religious discrimination": "They want to get us out", headline the online newspaper.
    Wael Elyamani
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