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Tunisia appeals threats for next Afcon ban
Friday, February 20, 2015
LAUSANNE - Tunisia have appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) over the threat by Africa Cup of Nations organisers CAF to exclude them from the 2017 competition.
The north Africans face a ban from the next Afcon unless they refute claims made by their federation chief after their controversial exit against Equatorial Guinea last month.Wadie Jary caused a stir when suggesting the Desert Foxes had suffered unfair treatment after Mauritian referee Rajindraparsad Seechurn awarded the 2015 hosts a dubious stoppage-time penalty.That led to the equaliser, with Equatorial Guinea going on to seal the match 2-1.When the final whistle sounded, riot police had to protect match officials from furious Tunisian players.Jary was suspended and Tunisia were issued the 2017 ban threat in the event of no apology being forthcoming by March 31.The Switzerland-based CAS's statement yesterday confirmed the Tunisians' decision to take the issue to the highest appeal court in sport."The Tunisian Football Federation has filed an appeal at the CAS against the decision of the executive committee of CAF, which calls into question the participation of the FTF at the 2017 edition of the Africa Cup of Nations. "The FTF's statement of appeal is accompanied with a request for a stay. An arbitration procedure has been initiated ..."
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