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The Latest Sport News and Update from ETV Jun 17, 2013
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  • Fasil
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    bravo Ethiopia

  • FIFA
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    Ethiopia and Tunisia progress in doubt

    Ethiopia and Tunisia's progress to the final round of African World Cup qualifying are in doubt as Fifa opened three probes into player eligibility.
    On Sunday, Ethiopia beat South Africa 2-1 in Addis Ababa to seemingly reach the African play-offs.
    Tunisia also believed they had gone through but Fifa is investigating a case involving Equatorial Guinea which could affect the Group B standings.
    Togo are the third team in question, meaning Group I could also change.
    Fifa rules state guilty teams "will be sanctioned by forfeiting the match".
    Fifa rules on player ineligibility
    Article 55 of the Fifa Disciplinary Code states:

    If a player takes part in an official match despite being ineligible, his team will be sanctioned by forfeiting the match and paying a minimum fine of CHF 6,000
    Ethiopia face accusations they fielded an ineligible player in the 2-1 win over Botswana on 8 June in Group A.
    Minyahil Teshome Beyene received his second yellow card of the group campaign at home to Botswana in March and although this should have theoretically earned a suspension, the midfielder then played Ethiopia's next match - away to the same opponents - in June.
    However, the Ethiopian federation has yet to reveal the identity of the ineligible player in question for that fixture.
    If the East Africans are found guilty, it would hand a lifeline back to 2010 World Cup hosts South Africa.
    For should Ethiopia forfeit the victory against Botswana, then Bafana Bafana would only trail the group leaders by two points going into the final round of matches in September.
    South Africa host Botswana in their final Group A qualifier, while Ethiopia travel to face Central African Republic.
    Despite the potential setback, the president of the Ethiopian Football Federation, Sehilu Gebremariam, is still confident his side can progress.
    "This is shocking news - but the point is that we are still leading the group and we believe that we shall still qualify for the next stage," he told the BBC's Newsday programme.

  • FIFA
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    Betarik yemejemeriachen yehonewen edel tegonasefen betam des yelal,ethiopia ke centralafrica gar yemetaregewen chewata yeged mashenef aleben ,FIFA 3point yekenesebenal yemiyasazen new yehager guday new ye ethiopia hezb chenkelat alew Bostwana lay yeteseraw telek sehetet waga lenkeflebet new yehen sehetet yeseraw le Ethiopia sport afkari yekerta meteyek alebet .lejochachenen tesfachewen anachelem

  • ethiodallas
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    muahhhhhhhhh betam betam des belonal

  • Anonymous
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    FIFA matchracker was attacked by hackers. I do suspect that FIFA failed to send the EFF any information about Minyahil. That does not rule out negligence from both sides because at the very least they stayed together for more than two years and if they cannot remember anythinG, they HAVE TO UNDERGO TIME,PLACE AND PERSON ORIENTATION assessment. hat really is going on? Who would believe that?


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