At least administratively, the Sport Boys were able to avoid relegation from League 1 this season. This Thursday, September 28, the Pink Club announced that the Court of Arbitration for Sport (THE) ruled in their favor in the lawsuit filed by Ayacucho FC, so that the exceptional sports regime is withdrawn from the Misilera and therefore their exclusion from the category is ordered due to non-compliance with the tournament rules.
“Pursuant to Decision TAS 2023/A/9883, the Supreme Arbitration Court has indicated that this position is insufficient since the sanction does not comply with the rules of the internal licensing jurisdiction in the Peruvian Football Federation (FPF). Therefore, the request “The withdrawal from the exceptional sports regime and the loss of the 2023 category has been rejected,” the Chalaco team reported in a statement.
Announcement from the pink team. Photo: Sport Boys
This good news comes amid a moment of sporting instability within the Port team. Sport Boys are in 16th place in the overall table with 34 points, just 2 away from the relegation zone, with 4 games remaining until the end of the championship.
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What does the CAS ruling say about Sport Boys?
In its ruling on the case, the CAS decided to reject the appeal lodged by Ayacucho FC prior to the FPF Licensing Court’s decision that allowed it to remain in first class. In addition, he noted that the Füchse team will fully cover the costs of the arbitration process.
CAS decision on Ayacucho FC’s lawsuit against Sport Boys. Photo: TAS
What other process do Sport Boys have in the TAS?
According to journalist Gustavo Peralta, Boys is still pending resolution of the case 2023/A/9534 at the TAS against the clubs San Martín and Ayacucho FC. The communicator noted that the verdict in this case will come on October 27, although he did not rule out that it could come days before.
Sport Boys is confident that the second case against him at CAS will also end in his favor. Photo: Photo by Gustavo Peralta Coello/’X’