Alejandro Domínguez was consulted about the pending match between the teams of Brazil and Argentina, of the sixth date of the South American Qualifiers, suspended last month for an alleged infraction of the Brazilian sanitary protocol committed by four Argentine players who were traveling from England.
What did the president of Conmebol say? Although he clarified that it is something that falls to the FIFA Disciplinary Committee, he gave his point of view on what, for him, should happen. However, it is not the body in charge of making any decision in this regard.
"The Qualifiers is a FIFA organization, not Conmebol. The FIFA Disciplinary Committee will make a decision (on the Brazil-Argentina match), we believe that the matches should be defined on the pitch," Domínguez said in an interview with him. Paraguay's 'Somos versus' program