The Iranian Football Association filed a complaint against its Jordanian counterpart, who called for verification of the gender of one of the Iranian players, who participated in a decisive match between the two countries’ teams, in the Asian Cup qualifiers. The complaint was sent to the AFC Disciplinary and Ethics Committee.
The Jordan Football Association had submitted a complaint to the Asian Football Confederation, to verify the gender of one of the Iranian players, who participated in a match in the Asian Cup qualifiers in Uzbekistan.
In view of the evidence provided by the Jordan Football Association, and given the importance of this competition, we ask the AFC to initiate a transparent and clear investigation by a panel of independent medical experts, to verify the eligibility of the player concerned and others on the team, no Especially since the Iranian women’s soccer team has a history of gender issues and doping.”
Iranian women’s soccer goalkeeper, Zahra Kodaei, responded to these accusations, saying that she would “prosecute the Jordanian Football Association before the judiciary, on charges of bullying,” stressing that the goal is to “rehabilitate and restore dignity”, after publicly questioning her gender and the possibility that she is She is not a woman, and she added that her only fault is that she is not beautiful.
The Iranian women’s team achieved a historic achievement by qualifying for the first time in its history to the finals of the AFC Asian Cup, after defeating its Jordanian counterpart in the decisive match (4-2), in which the “doubtful” goalkeeper starred at the Bunyodkor Stadium in The Uzbek capital, Tashkent, in the third and final round of Group G competition.
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