CAS says it has “taken note” of both side’s complaints and the body of evidence. The final verdict will be made public by July 31.
Rabat – The saga of the scandalous ES Tunis vs. Wydad of Casablanca match is still ongoing, undimmed, and fueling debates in international football’s highest body of controversy arbitration. But a final, irrevocable decision could be arrived by the end of this month.
In an official statement shared over the weekend, on July 13, the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS), the independent body tasked with resolving sports-related controversies, conflicts other specialized bodies failed to settle, announced that it would deliver a verdict on the EST-Wydad wrangle by July 31.