Sapriza wins appeal at TAS over case of Honduran striker Rubilio Castillo


The Got news about the Deportivo Saprissa After his appeal to the TAS (Court of Arbitration for Sport), he was found jointly and severally not liable to pay 218 thousand dollars (about 5,401,697.74 lembras). Nandong Jiun F.C. from China In the Honduran case Ruby Castilloreported Teletics.

On December 28, 2018, he commented on everything when the Honduran signed Prior agreement with Nantong, But he failed the medical tests conducted by the club on January 9, 2019.

According to the director, “There were a lot of logistical and communication issues Motagua and returned HondurasHe stayed there until he signed Saprissa.

At the time, the pre-employment agreement was still in effect, and that’s why Saprissa Involved in the case.

The world of CR Castillo sued the club for leaving him as an active player after failing to pass the tests, for which the Chinese team Nantong He counterclaimed.

Where they said, “By not passing the medical tests, he was asked.” Rubidium) do new tests in another city in the country”, so they did not breach the contract they had with the Catracho striker.

Dragons Saprissa They were chained and entangled in the case and according to the Chamber’s decision, it was held to be jointly and severally liable.

As a result, both Saprissa what Ruby CastilloThey had to pay 218 thousand dollars Nanthongzhiun. But The purple monster Appealed this sentence on April 16, 2021 (within 21 business days) and the CAS partially affirmed it today, Tuesday, September 20, 2022.

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Additionally, the court is located Zurich Castillo’s desire to have the club reprimanded was deemed unacceptable Chinese 1 million 200 thousand dollars to pay.

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