FIFA sanctions the former secretary general of the Afghan Federation for the case of sexual abuse

The denunciations of the soccer players to the maximum leader referred to the sexual abuse suffered between 2013 and 2018. The sanction imposed is five years.


FIFA sanctioned five-year-old Sayed Aghazada, former secretary general of the Football Federation of Afghanistan (AFF) on Friday after finding him guilty in the investigation of sexual abuse of Afghan players and which already cost Keramuudin a lifetime suspension Karim, then president of the agency

The denunciations of the soccer players to the top leader referred to the sexual abuse suffered between 2013 and 2018, a period in which Aghazada was the secretary general of the AFF and which the highest body blames for not having done anything to avoid them. The Afghan manager was also a member of FIFA and the Executive Committee of the Asian Football Confederation.

"In its decision, the Adjudicatory Chamber ruled that Mr. Aghazada was warned of these abuses and had a duty to report them and prevent them according to the FIFA Code of Ethics. Consequently, he was found guilty of having broken the Code of Ethics and has sanctioned him with a five-year penalty. In addition, he imposes a fine of more than 9,000 euros, "FIFA said in a statement.

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