The Argentine Football Federation authorized this Friday the footballers of Mouth and of racing to address the International Super Cup in Abu Dhabiwhich will be played on January 20 in the United Arab Emirates.
In the match played last November, for the Champions Trophy, between the two teams, the Xeneize team was expelled Sebastián Villa, Alan Varela, Luis Advíncula, Carlos Zambrano, Diego “Octopus” González, Frank Fabra and Darío Benedettoas well as Hugo Ibarra.
In the ranks of La Academia there were those who saw the red card Johan Carbonero, Carlos Alcaraz and Jonathan Galvan.
“Those players and coaching staff who are serving match penalties enforced in other tournaments will be able to play in the International Super Cup,” the AFA reported today in its special bulletin 6219.
Furthermore, in the same document it was reported that the International Super Cup 2024 it will be played between the winner of the Champions Trophy (winner of current year’s LPF Tournament and LPF Cup) e the first team of the annual standings.
In case of coincidence of the same team (Race), “the second in the annual standings will be played in a match that will be played on a neutral venue, and in the event of a tie in regulation time, extra time will be played and, in the event of a tie in the last instance, will be defined in the sanctions”.
The match was confirmed after comings and goings and controversies because at first it was said that the Argentine Super Cup should be played by the champion of the local tournament (Boca) and the winner of the Argentine Cup (Patroná Board of Trustees).
It will be the first time an Argentine cup is played on Arab soil. “To be able to share the Argentine Super Cup Final with the Abu Dhabi Sports Council and the Abu Dhabi community is a special feeling of joy,” said the AFA president, Claudius Tapia.
And he added: “It is important to continue to extend the reach of our Argentine clubs to a major destination like Abu Dhabi, and we hope to continue to consolidate football exchanges with the leadership of the Abu Dhabi Sports Council.”
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