This Monday is a key day in Quilín, since the clubs vote on the proposals to amend the statutes of the ANFPwith a view to the next season 2023.
Within this framework, one of the points under discussion was the article that prohibits the ownership of representatives in Chilean soccer teamsa topic that has generated a lot of debate in recent times.
4/5 of the members of the team are required Council of Presidents to modify the statutes of the ANFP, and in this case, the clubs expressed their decision through the vote and the approval percentage was not enough, therefore, that point was rejected.
According to information from ADN Deportes, in the first instance, the teams that voted against this article were: Deportes La Serena, San Luis, Coquimbo Unido, Ñublense, Union San Felipe, Deportes Temuco, Union La Calera and Audax Italiano.
Then, a second instance of voting was carried out, in which they ruled against: Audax Italiano, Coquimbo Unido, Huachipato, Deportes La Serena, Ñublense, Unión La Calera, Deportes Temuco, Deportes Melipilla and San Luis.