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STJD rejects Fly's order to paralyze the Copa America

STJD rejects Fly’s order to paralyze the Copa America

STJD (Supreme Court of Sports Justice in football) Refusal Flamengo’s first order to paralyze the Brazilian championship during the Copa America conflict. The decision was announced tonight.

The president of the Tunisian Union for Justice and Democracy, Ottavio Noronha, stated in a letter that the suspension could cause damage to the tournament and the injunction demanded by Flamengo was not issued.

However, the urgent progress of the process was identified, opening eyes to the Brazilian Confederation and sports justice lawyers. The case will be judged and determined with the auditors of the completed body, the last national body, in a session scheduled for next Thursday.

On Friday, Rodrigo Donchi de Abrations, Flamengo’s legal vice president, said on his Twitter account that the club had contacted the STJD, claiming that the Brazilian championship had been suspended during the Copa America.

The official claimed that Flamengo, as well as other teams, are being harmed by embezzling players called up by the teams.

Four Flamengo players have been called up to the Copa America. Everton Ribeiro and GabigolBoth are from the Brazilian national team, as well as Isla (Chile) and Arascaeta (Uruguay). Without the Quartet, Florida would be nine rounds of default by the Brazilian.

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