The regulation that has broken the barça according to the fifa

The regulation that breaks the Barça according to the FIFA

The regulation that breaks the Barça according to the FIFA

Published:20/08/2014 - 12:40h

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According to the FIFA the FC Barcelona would have broken the regulation 19 that regulates the signings of lower players of age in the European football. To continuation review the specific regulation of the FIFA and the three exceptions that contemplates

The FIFA has announced that the Football Club Barcelona will not be able to fichar to the two next markets (winter of 2015 and summer of 2015) by infringements related with the traspaso and the registration of lower players of 18 years. To starts of the 2013 the Barça received through the Catalan Federation a communiqué of the FIFA in which it forbade him the alignment of Lee Seung Woo, Korean forward and one of the big promises of the Barcelona quarry, for breaking his signing the article 19 of the "Regulation on the statute and the transfer of the players"

After the initial surprise the embarrassment in the direction of the Barcelona basic football was a lot of elder when the FIFA expanded the prohibition to the also Korean Paik Seung-Ho and Jang Gyeolhee, the French Theo Chendri, the Nigerian-Dutch Bobby Adekanye and the Cameroonian Patrice Sousia. When the Barça had proof that the FIFA had blocked the index cards of these footballers, of unofficial form, the club argued that it offered to these players some educational surroundings, sportive and personal, through the Masia, that ensured the welfare of the players. 

In any moment the FC Barcelona would have denied, neither privately neither in public, that contravened the legislation of the maximum organism of the world-wide football. The club has tried to mediate with the FIFA in reiterated occasions but, to judge by the publication that keeps the punishment for the Barcelona club, all the management promoted by the entity culé have been in vain.

The regulation of the FIFA specifies three exceptions

1 - If the parents change his domicile to the country where the new club has his headquarters by unrelated reasons with the football.

2 - If the transfer effects inside the territory of the European Union and the player has between 16 and 18 years.

3 - If the player lives in his house to a lower distance of 50 kilometres of the border, and the club of the neighbouring association is also to a lower distance of 50 km of the border".

The FIFA understands that the six footballers did not fulfil any of the exceptions. And therefore it has decided to sanction him.

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