Bruno Lager, the coach of the English club, announced that the Mexican player would be in the starting line-up against Watford on Saturday.
Mexico City (apro).- Mexico’s Football Association has withdrawn its request to FIFA not to impose sanctions against Wolverhampton. Forward Raul Jimenez is now allowed to play with his current team.
After Wolverhampton refused to provide the national team with the Mexican forward for the World Cup qualifiers in September, the Mexican Football Association required the highest governing body of football to exercise regulations applicable to these situations, including the national team’s five days after the end of the national team’s activities. The team can’t turn to the player that is called.
Bruno Lager, Wolverhampton’s head coach, said that Jimenez had been included in the Wolverhampton team against Watford, after verifying that Femexfut had lifted this requirement prior to FIFA. This is the fourth day in the Premier League.
“This is a wise decision, especially for Mexico. We are extremely grateful. This game is meant for the very best players. We all understand. Rager stated that while this is difficult, it is also important that the best players from both teams are present.” Rager made the statement via the Wolverhampton website.
The coach stated again: “We are very pleased to receive this news, and we thank Mexico for helping to solve this situation. Because we want to see Watford’s best players and the best players surrounding us, for the fans, and two balls. team.
The Concacaf World Cup qualifiers will see the Mexican team return in October and November.