Former coach Togo lifelong suspended by FIFA
The ethical committee of the FIFA has an ex-coach of the national team of Togo and a former official of the Zimbabwean football federation Thursday lifelong suspended.
The Zimbabwaan Jonathan Musavengana and the Togolese Bana Tchanilé, due to bribery and corruption never again be active in the football. This corresponds to the requirement of the test room of the ethical commission.
Kirsten Nematandani, former president of the South African football association, is for a five-year suspended due to violation of the code of ethics of FIFA. That is one year less than the requirement.
The trio, according to the wereldvoetbalbond punished because of irregularities in oefeninterlands in march of 2010 in South Africa are played.
The FIFA has, and in exceptional cases the reasons of a disciplinary sanction published because the bond no numbers had Musavengana and Tchanilé.
Statement from the adjudicatory chamber of the independent Ethics
Committee – https://t.co/wmwugzhu7G
Time of placing
13:55 – 08 december 2016
Tchanilé is a controversial figure. He was in 2000 and 2004 national coach of Togo, but was especially known because six years ago, he was suspended for organizing ‘fake’ training duels.
In september of 2010, lost a team, posing as the national team of Togo, under the leadership of the former assistant coach Tchanilé a friendly in and against Bahrain with 3-0.
Two months before that match had Tchanilé also been a ‘fake-interland’ in Egypt organized.
Nematandani was in 2012 already once suspended by the South African bond because of the alleged machtfixing in training duels of South Africa in the run-up to the 2010 world cup.