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xPetrCechx

Chelsea accused in Fifa inquiry of breaking rules on signings of 25 minors

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Chelsea accused in Fifa inquiry of breaking rules on signings of 25 minors

Investigation relates to signing of foreign players aged under 18 

*Chelsea face possible transfer ban from Fifa disciplinary committee 
*Club say they comply with Fifa regulations when recruiting players

 

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2018/jan/18/chelsea-accused-fifa-breaking-rules-signings-25-minors?share=facebook

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I'd be happy with a transfer ban if it would prevent us from signing pish like Andy Carroll or Peter Crouch. 

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44 minutes ago, Laylabelle said:

Oh brilliant.. Didn't we have this with some other player who has moved on and never had a impact.. Kaku? 

Kakuta

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Knowing this could happen, isn’t about time our board takes some action and do some deals now it’s still allowd..

Are they saving money for the stadium rebuild?

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Good job. 

We bring only fucking players anyway.

Opportunity to stop purchasing players like Bakayoko, Zappacosta, Carroll, Crouch

Give our loan player and youth a chance

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If we get a transfer ban for the signings of useless loan army players, then I am out of words for our board's incompetence...

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14 hours ago, ulvhedin said:

Kakuta

I've been on this forum long enough to remember when people thought he and Mceacheran were the future lol.

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40 minutes ago, Sir Mikel OBE said:

I've been on this forum long enough to remember when people thought he and Mceacheran were the future lol.

That's it after the all the trouble that could be been from it he went elsewhere anyway.. Never dealt happened. 

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We just have to explain to FIFA that we signed those youngsters for purely humanitarian reasons.

they will never play professionally - at least not at Chelsea. :)

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23 hours ago, Fulham Broadway said:

Thought this was a story about Graham Rix

We was just trying to keep the urchins off the street. Who knows what they woulda turned into if we hadn't of been there.

They could have ended up at a north London club!

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43 minutes ago, the wes said:

I hope it's gonna be a fine. Banning for 4 windows straight will ruin us completely, say bye bye to Hazard and co. with no replacements. It would force us to play youth, but doing that forcefully in such a way won't bring anything good imo. It will be very hard to recover from that to even our current level.

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On ‎18‎/‎01‎/‎2018 at 10:10 PM, Hamilton said:

Knowing this could happen, isn’t about time our board takes some action and do some deals now it’s still allowd..

Are they saving money for the stadium rebuild?

The board have confidently denied any wrong doing. Let's see how it shakes out but just because there's an accusation and an investigation, does not mean there's guilt. I'm not getting agitated about this.

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Seems slightly crazy and is would they be stupid enough to get themselves into this situation. Hopefully all be fine otherwise who knows where we'll finish up in 2 years . Sign away before we cant lol. 

 

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18 hours ago, OhForAGreavsie said:

The board have confidently denied any wrong doing. Let's see how it shakes out but just because there's an accusation and an investigation, does not mean there's guilt. I'm not getting agitated about this.

You just know we will get the damn ban. Meanwhile City and Psg will walk scott free.

But why the hell would we risk 1+ year ban over some 16 year old nobodies? Is our board realy so retarded? What are the odds that 16yo will develop in big star and replace all possible signings we might make during ban? Nevermind a 16yo in Chelsea of all teams? We are so awful in development, yet some smart fuck in the board think its cool to buy these players (first Kakuta, then Traore) and put everything else to risk? And not only we do it once, but twice? 

Yes we might not be proven guilty in the end, but there is no smoke without fire and whole thing just stinks.

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22 minutes ago, BlueLyon said:

You just know we will get the damn ban. Meanwhile City and Psg will walk scott free.

But why the hell would we risk 1+ year ban over some 16 year old nobodies? Is our board realy so retarded? What are the odds that 16yo will develop in big star and replace all possible signings we might make during ban? Nevermind a 16yo in Chelsea of all teams? We are so awful in development, yet some smart fuck in the board think its cool to buy these players (first Kakuta, then Traore) and put everything else to risk? And not only we do it once, but twice? 

Yes we might not be proven guilty in the end, but there is no smoke without fire and whole thing just stinks.

Yeah the cost/benefit assessment seems completely off here. Heh it would have been off even with the perception of wrongdoing, since the benefits are question at best.

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