SC Orders Dissolution Of CoA, Expects FIFA To Revoke Suspension, Top Updates

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New Delhi: In a major bid to revoke the AIFF ban, the Supreme Court on Monday ordered the termination of the Committee of Administrators (CoA).

Earlier, the Centre had urged the Supreme Court to end the tenure of the Committee of Administrators (CoA) and direct that the day-to-day management of the All India Football Federation shall be looked after by the AIFF administration led by the acting Secretary General.

Top Updates

  • Supreme Court passes the resolution in hope that FIFA revokes the suspension imposed on AIFF due to ‘third party interference’.
  • Supreme Court says it is passing the order to facilitate revocation of suspension of AIFF by FIFA and holding of Under-17 FIFA World Cup in India as well as allowing participation of teams from India in international events.
  • According to reports, the Secretary General is likely to assume the charge in absence of CoA.
  • Supreme Court had appointed a three-member CoA to manage the affairs of the AIFF.
  • Centre filing an affidavit tells Supreme Court that one of the concerns of FIFA was that administration and management of AIFF should be conducted by a duly elected body but not in any case by a third party (CoA) and hence the tenure of the CoA should be over.
  • FIFA’s concern was also that an independent electoral committee (RO) be elected by the AIFF general assembly to conduct the elections of a new executive committee. FIFA’s concern was also that the election should take place at the earliest and an elected body should resume administering the functioning of AIFF.
  • The AIFF constitution is to be revised in accordance with the requirements of FIFA and the AFC and the same should be approved by the AIFF General assembly without interference from a third party (CoA), the Centre told the Supreme Court pointing out the concern of FIFA.
  • Centre had moved the Supreme Court relating to the decision of the FIFA Council suspending the AIFF with immediate effect, which has stripped India’s right to host the Under-17 Women’s World Cup, scheduled for October.

(With ANI inputs)

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