RAMALLAH-The chief of Palestinian football team, Jibril Rajob asked on Monday to FIFA that it should exclude Israel over games played in illegal settlements.
Palestinian coach said that the presence of six Israeli football clubs playing under the occupied land is illegal under the International laws and in controversy of FIFA statutes.
Sexwale, a FIFA commission controlled by the South Africa’s Tokyo created to help in resolving the dispute in 2015.
Rajob was present at the meeting when Sexwale gave his recommendations over the two countries dispute and titled it as ‘stormy’. He said now of the options were relevant to the expectations.
He said he would “prefer that we go right away to sanction and to suspension (of the Israeli football federation)” but declared himself “realistic”, as quoted by ARY Sports.