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Appeals Committee confirms Madrid's Copa disqualification, Blancos go to Sports Court

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El Comité de Apelación desestima el recurso del Real Madrid © Getty Images El Comité de Apelación desestima el recurso del Real Madrid

The Spanish Football Federation's Appeals Committee has turned down Real Madrid's appeal against their elimination from the Copa del Rey for fielding an ineligible player, Denis Cheryshev , in the cup game against Cádiz. Real Madrid's only chance of staying in the tournament now is the appeal they will make before the TAD (the Sports Arbitration Court), to whom they will also ask for the temporary suspenson of the disqualification ruling. The TAD is scheduled to meet today at 13:00, court sources confirmed to EFE, and is awaiting Real Madrid's appeal. The club, meanwhile, are pressing ahead with preparations for the return game against Cádiz, which is scheduled for Wednesday 16th at 21:00.

This is what the club have announced, in an official statement, in which they say "As the player Cheryshev states, nobody notified him of the ban, and for that reason it should not take effect."

The Appeal Committee's decision throws cold water on a possible appeal to the TAD, as it explains that "the case has no parrallel", alluding to the Lorca Féminas case "as the TAD anulled the sanction because the disciplinary resolution had not reached the offending club by fax owing to an error in the fax number."

As well as this, Real Madrid alleged that Cádiz lacked legitimacy to lodge the complaint, claiming that this could only be done in the case of the club "belonging to the division, or the group, to which the defence belongs" In the resolution it states that "it is evident that Cádiz CF belong to the same group of intervening clubs" in this round of the Copa del Rey. And it adds that "if Real Madrid's interpretation should prosper, it will be impossible for clubs in the Second Division or the Third Tier [Segunda B] to lodge complaints against First Division clubs for fielding ineligible players."

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