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Chile: Competition Tribunal rejects ANFP appeal in Barnachea case

 |  August 14, 2017

Chile’s TDLC has weighed in once again on the Barnechea case, rejecting the appeal presented by the National Association of Professional Football and again favoring the capital city squad.

The ruling says that the request is “not taken into consideration, as any consent given by a subject to a conduct or act that is accused of being anticompetitive, does not prevent the knowledge of such conduct or act by this Court.”

The ANFP had appealed to the TDLC’s decision to allow Barnechea to play in the Primera B tournament and not to pay the 50,000 UF of joining the category after the club was sanctioned by the governing body of national football for not complying on time with the requirement.

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