FIFA Hits Barcelona With Transfer Ban FromSigning Players For The Next Two TransferPeriods

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FIFA today April 2nd banned Spanish football
giants FC Barcelona from signing players till
summer 2015 over rules breach relating to the
international transfer and registration of players
under 18.

According to reports, the club was investigated by
FIFA for 12 months over their youth recruitment
policy. And after FIFA found out that the club had
been engaged in illegally recruiting and importing
non-Spanish minors over a four year period, the
world football governing body handed out the
transfer ban and also fined the club £306,000.

(450,000 Swiss francs.)
FIFA also fined the Spanish FA £340,000 for
allowing Barcelona to embark on a sustained and
extended policy of what is viewed as child
exploitation by the world governing body. Read
FIFA’s statement after the cut…

‘FC Barcelona has been found to be in breach of
article 19 of the regulations in the case of 10 minor
players and to have committed several other
concurrent infringements in the context of other
players.

The disciplinary committee regarded the
infringements as serious and decided to sanction
the club with a transfer ban at both national and
international level for two complete and
consecutive transfer periods, together with a fine
of 450,000 Swiss francs.

‘Additionally, the club was granted a period of 90
days in which to regularise the situation of all
minor players concerned.’

‘The disciplinary committee emphasised that the
protection of minors in the context of international
transfers is an important social and legal issue that
concerns all stakeholders in football.

‘The committee highlighted that while
international transfers might, in specific cases, be
favourable to a young player’s sporting career,
they are very likely to be contrary to the best
interests of the player as a minor.

‘Young football players are vulnerable to
exploitation and abuse in a foreign country without
the proper controls. This particular fact makes the
protection of minors in football by the sport’s
governing bodies, especially by FIFA, even more
important.’

FIFA only allows international youth transfers when
one of three situations apply: the player’s parents
have moved country for their own, non-related
reasons; the move takes place within the European
Union if a player is aged between 16 and 18; or the
player’s home is less than 50 kilometres from the
national border being crossed.

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