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xPetrCechx

Chelsea banned for TWO transfer windows

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24 minutes ago, Superblue_1986 said:

Thanks for this @Vesper - so by the looks of things City are the first team in this circumstance to avoid a ban?

I can understand differing punishments for more and less severe cases but if FIFA have historically always dished out some form of transfer ban (even if it was for one window as opposed to two) then it shows an incredibly unjust ruling. Whether it's one player or a hundred, the crime has still been committed.

 

Yes, we got bent over the FIFA barrel 

Shitty only had to pay a courtesy tip

I absolutely think politics (Roman as a Putin crony and global target by the West) came into play.

Can never prove that, obviously, but it is my stance.

I documented PRE APPEAL DECISION that we were going to get fucked by the RW Swede ex government politician,  Thomas Bodstrom, who was a Russian baiter here for ages. He is the head of the FIFA Appeal Committee. 

https://www.fifa.com/about-fifa/who-we-are/news/thomas-bodstrom-swe-2895932

 

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25 minutes ago, Superblue_1986 said:

Thanks for this @Vesper - so by the looks of things City are the first team in this circumstance to avoid a ban?

I can understand differing punishments for more and less severe cases but if FIFA have historically always dished out some form of transfer ban (even if it was for one window as opposed to two) then it shows an incredibly unjust ruling. Whether it's one player or a hundred, the crime has still been committed.

 

 

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1 minute ago, LAM09 said:
4 minutes ago, Vesper said:
that I do not know

Thanks. Certainly seems like the difference between all cases.

МАФИЯ СИБНЕФТА НИКОГДА НЕ ПОЗВОЛЯЕТ ВИНОВАТЬСЯ

ie. (colloquially expressed in pseudo Russian)

SIBNEFT MAFIA NEVER ADMIT GUILT

old Russian proverb

 

sorta like

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https://tinyurl.com/yxhmzc3h

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15 hours ago, Vesper said:

this rat controls over a TRILLION quid in state and private assets when you add up all his tie-ups and interlocks in the UAE

could bribe every single major football official and board member in the world £10m a pop and probably be back to par in a day or two

Image result for Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan

Footy is bent as fuck andhas been for many many years. Just take one look at FA, UEFA and fifa and its clear as day to me. Too many shadows involved for it not to be. And yes Chels will always have it up the arse. And of course politics plays a role here, its a given.

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Sky Sports News understands Chelsea are following developments at Manchester City with interest, after the Premier League champions managed to avoid a transfer ban for breaching rules on signing players under the age of 18.

Chelsea are in the process of appealing a two-window ban for a similar rule breach.

Chelsea have declined to comment, but it’s understood they are monitoring the situation closely as their appeal against signing new players continues.

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According to SportsMail FIFA only recently 'updated' their rules which lead to City's more favourable outcome. An option not made available to Chelsea;

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-7353203/Manchester-City-avoid-FIFA-transfer-ban-breaching-rules.html

 

But last month FIFA introduced a new regulation that states that sanctions can be reduced if a club accepts responsibility for breaking the rules and that was not an option open to Chelsea or other clubs, particularly in Spain, that have been hit with transfer bans in recent seasons.

Indeed Sportsmail understands that, while the case dates back to 2014, it was only last week that City's lawyers made their final submission, with a decision arriving on Tuesday afternoon.

Fifa said City had breached article 19 of its regulations, which states that 'international transfers of players are only permitted if the player is over the age of 18'.

'The Fifa disciplinary committee has sanctioned English club Manchester City FC for breaches relating to the international transfer and registration of players under the age of 18,' said football's world governing body in a statement.

 

 

How most convenient.......that Club is shady from top to buttom.

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23 minutes ago, Atomiswave said:

According to SportsMail FIFA only recently 'updated' their rules which lead to City's more favourable outcome. An option not made available to Chelsea;

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-7353203/Manchester-City-avoid-FIFA-transfer-ban-breaching-rules.html

 

But last month FIFA introduced a new regulation that states that sanctions can be reduced if a club accepts responsibility for breaking the rules and that was not an option open to Chelsea or other clubs, particularly in Spain, that have been hit with transfer bans in recent seasons.

Indeed Sportsmail understands that, while the case dates back to 2014, it was only last week that City's lawyers made their final submission, with a decision arriving on Tuesday afternoon.

Fifa said City had breached article 19 of its regulations, which states that 'international transfers of players are only permitted if the player is over the age of 18'.

'The Fifa disciplinary committee has sanctioned English club Manchester City FC for breaches relating to the international transfer and registration of players under the age of 18,' said football's world governing body in a statement.

 

 

How most convenient.......that Club is shady from top to buttom.

Fucking rats.

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5 minutes ago, Nicco said:

Fucking rats.

They had 5 fucking years to punish these shady cunts......what the fuck is going on here. How much money they must have received under the table, not only for this but overall. I would jail anyone that had anything to do with it, anyone who was involved, anyone that profited etc. When platini and blater was bent to the core then many are and will be. Current regime is too, fa included. Its been bent for a long time at some level thats for sure. When big cash is involved, expect it.

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