Published: Mon, December 18, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Spain Could Be Kicked Out Of The 2018 World Cup

Spain Could Be Kicked Out Of The 2018 World Cup

The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) on Friday threatened Spain, Winner of the 2010 Football World Cup, to expel it from next World Cup scheduled to take place in Moscow next year.

And according to reports in Spain, FIFA sent a letter to the Spanish Football Federation, explaining their team could lose their ticket to Russia if the government proceeds with plans to appoint a new RFEF President.

RFEF acting president, Juan Luis Larrea said that "we haven't received any warnings from Federation Internationale de Football Association, just a letter explaining that some within Federation Internationale de Football Association are requesting an investigation".

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Spain could face the same punishment to that of Kuwait, who were charged with the offence of governmental interference with their federation.

"I'm absolutely convinced that Spain will go to the World (Cup) in Russian Federation and what's more, we'll win", he said. According to FIFA, the NSC interference in RFEF affairs is against the worldwide federation's rules.

Spain were previously at risk of being thrown out of the 2008 European Championship - the first of their hat-trick of major tournament triumphs - also over alleged government interference in RFEF electoral business.

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"We can confirm that FIFA recently sent a letter to the Spanish FA (RFEF) expressing its concern at the current situation in the association and reiterating that, under the FIFA Statutes, all member associations must manage their affairs independently and ensure that there is no interference by third parties in internal matters".

"We underline that we all want the national team to participate in the 2018 World Cup, especially after its brilliant qualifying campaign", Said FIFA.

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