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2022 Sau 21 15:41

FIFA to introduce new loan regulations ... egulations

Following the decision passed by the FIFA Football Stakeholders Committee last year, the new regulations concerning loans of players in international football are now ready to be implemented. They will be submitted to the FIFA Council for approval at its next meeting with a view to their entering into force on 1 July 2022.

The new regulatory framework will include:
•A minimum loan duration, being the interval between two registration periods, and a maximum loan duration, being one year
•A prohibition on sub-loaning a professional player who is already on loan to a third club
•A limitation on the number of loans per season between the same clubs: at any given time during a season, a club may only have a maximum of three professionals loaned out to a single club and a maximum of three professionals loaned in from a single club
•A limitation on a club’s total number of loans per season. To ensure that this is implemented smoothly, there will be a transitional period as follows:
- From 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2023, a club may have a maximum of eight professionals loaned out and eight loaned in at any given time during a season.
- From 1 July 2023 to 30 June 2024, the same configuration applies but with a maximum of seven professionals.
- Finally, from 1 July 2024, the same configuration will apply but limited to a maximum of six professionals.

* Players aged 21 and younger and club-trained players will be exempt from these limitations.

At domestic level, FIFA’s member associations will be granted a period of three years to implement rules for a loan system that is in line with the principles established at international level.

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2022 Geg 11 15:04

Apie ką nerašo!

UEFA approves final format and access list for its club competitions as of the 2024/25 season ... -approved/

Following an exhaustive consultation with stakeholders in the game, the UEFA Executive Committee has today in Vienna approved the final format and access list for European club competitions as of the 2024/25 season further to its decision of 19 April 2021 to introduce the so-called “Swiss system”.

The key amendments relate to the reduction from 10 matches to 8 in the league phase of the UEFA Champions League and the change of criteria for the allocation of two of the four additional places in the UEFA Champions League, removing access based on club coefficient. This confirms UEFA’s strong commitment to the principle of open competitions and sporting merit, while recognising the need to protect domestic leagues.

The eight matches of the UEFA Champions League will be played over the ten European weeks foreseen by the decision made in April 2021. The UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League and UEFA Europa Conference League will all enjoy one week of calendar exclusivity.

The four additional places created by the increase from 32 to 36 teams in the league phase of the UEFA Champions League will be allocated as follows:
• One place will go to the club ranked third in the championship of the association in fifth position in the UEFA national association ranking.
• One place will be awarded to a domestic champion by extending from four to five the number of clubs qualifying via the so-called “Champions Path”.
• The final two places will go to the associations with the best collective performance by their clubs in the previous season (total number of points obtained divided by the number of participating clubs). Those two associations will earn one place for the club best ranked in the domestic league behind the UEFA Champions League positions. For example, at the end of the current season the two associations adding one club to the Champions League, based on the collective performance of their clubs would be England and the Netherlands.

• The UEFA Executive Committee once again confirmed that all games before the final will still be played midweek, recognising the importance of the domestic calendar of games across Europe.

Commenting on the decisions, UEFA President Aleksander Čeferin, said:

“UEFA has clearly shown today that we are fully committed to respecting the fundamental values of sport and to defending the key principle of open competitions, with qualification based on sporting merit, fully in line with the values and solidarity-based European sports model. Today’s decisions conclude an extensive consultation process during which we listened to the ideas of fans, players, coaches, national associations, clubs and leagues to name but a few, with the aim to find the best solution for the development and success of European football, both domestically and on the international club stage. We are convinced that the format chosen strikes the right balance and that it will improve the competitive balance and generate solid revenues that can be distributed to clubs, leagues and into grassroots football across our continent while increasing the appeal and popularity of our club competitions”

“I am really pleased that it was a unanimous decision of the UEFA Executive Committee, with the European Club Association, European Leagues and National Associations all agreeing with the proposal made. Another proof that European football is more united than ever. Qualification will thus remain purely based on sporting performance and the dream to participate will remain for all clubs.”

Format summary

Taking the total number of teams from 32 to 36 in the UEFA Champions League, the biggest change will see a transformation from the traditional group stage to a single league phase including all participating teams. Every club will now be guaranteed a minimum of 8 league stage games against 8 different opponents (four home games, four away) rather than the previous six matches against three teams, played on a home-and-away basis.

The top eight sides in the league will qualify automatically for the knockout stage, while the teams finishing in ninth to 24th place will compete in a two-legged play-off to secure their path to the last 16 of the competition.

Similar format changes will also be applied to the UEFA Europa League (8 matches in the league stage) and UEFA Europa Conference League (6 matches in the league stage) and both will also include 36 teams in the league phase.

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2022 Geg 11 15:07

UEFA Congress announces 21% increase of HatTrick payments for 2024-2028 cycle ... ts-for-20/

The 46th Ordinary UEFA Congress was held today in Vienna and was informed of a substantial increase in the HatTrick VI solidarity and development programme which has been earmarked to receive €935m in its next four-year cycle, from 2024–28. This represents an increase of 21% (€160m) from the €775m available for HatTrick V (2020–24).

Each national association will therefore be able to receive up to €17m over four years.

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2022 Bir 15 23:05

Šveicarų prokurorai siūlo Blateriui ir Platini 20 mėnesių bausmes ... 53cf063e91

GENEVA (AP) — Prosecutors in the fraud trial of former FIFA president Sepp Blatter and vice president Michel Platini asked Wednesday for both men to get 20-month suspended prison sentences.

Blatter and Platini, a former France national team captain who was president of European governing body UEFA, faced sentences of up to five years for financial wrongdoing but actual jail time was considered to be unlikely ahead of their 11-day trial. Verdicts are expected on July 8.

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2022 Lie 28 08:19

Cologne calls on UEFA for Belarusian club ban ... n-club-ban

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2022 Rgp 22 12:17

Neįdėsiu straipsnio, bet labai keista, kad niekas nepastebėjo visą savaitę.

FIFA suspends India's FA because of 'undue influence from third parties,' strips country of U17 Women's World Cup ... index.html
India's highest court had disbanded the All India Football Federation (AIFF) in May and appointed a three-member committee to govern the sport.
The ruling from football's governing body comes after India's Supreme Court appointed the committee to take over the "day to day governance" of the AIFF in May after its president, Praful Patel, failed to hold elections originally scheduled for December 2020.
Fifa's member federations must be free from legal and political interference.

"The suspension will be lifted once an order to set up a committee of administrators to assume the powers of the AIFF Executive Committee has been repealed and the AIFF administration regains full control of the AIFF's daily affairs," Fifa added.
"FIFA is in constant constructive contact with the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports in India and is hopeful that a positive outcome to the case may still be achieved."
Čia įdomus timeline: ... 774253.ece

CoA Statement

NEW DELHI: The Committee of Administrators (CoA) has expressed its surprise and disappointment at the recent turn of events, by dint of which, the All India Football Federation has been suspended by FIFA, the governing body of world football, from August 14, 2022 until further notice, as per a letter from Fatma Samoura, Secretary General, FIFA, on August 15, 2022.

The CoA is surprised that the FIFA decision has come when extensive discussions were going on for the past few days between all stakeholders, including FIFA-AFC, AIFF, CoA, and the Sports Ministry as per the Order of the Supreme Court. While the CoA was committed to implement the Hon’ble Supreme Court’s Order regarding the elections of the AIFF, passed on August 3, 2022, it was also in constant dialogue with all stakeholders.

In the discussions held among the FIFA-AFC, AIFF, CoA, and the Sports Ministry in the past few days, it was suggested that the present elections of the AIFF Executive Committee may be conducted with the Electoral College consisting of 36 state representatives.

It was also suggested by FIFA through the Sports Ministry that the EC may consist of 23 members, including six eminent players. The 17 members (inclusive of the President, a Secretary General, a Treasurer, one Vice President, and one Joint Secretary) will be elected by the above electoral college. Out of the six eminent players, four will be men, and two women. The eminent players may be nominated (co-opted) in the EC and shall have the voting rights, thus making it above 25 percent of the EC.

The abovementioned points, the CoA strongly feels, are very much in sync with the letter issued by FIFA-AFC to the AIFF Acting General Secretary on July 25, 2022. The letter said: “As per the draft Statutes shared with us, there will be an additional 36 Eminent Players in the AIFF Congress from the existing 36 Member Association. Although we agree that the players’ voice needs to be heard, we are also of the view that the importance of the existing members of AIFF should not be undermined. However, we understand the requirements of the Sports Code of India and recommended AIFF to bring in a presence of above 25 percent of the Eminent Players in the AIFF Executive Committee as Co-opted Members.”

The CoA also made all arrangements as per the Order of the Hon’ble Supreme Court, to conduct the AIFF elections under an independent committee, consisting of eminent and highly reputed election officers. This too, is in line with the FIFA letter dated August 15, 2022, which says: “Concurrently, an independent electoral committee to be elected by the AIFF general assembly to run the elections of a new executive committee.”

In light of the above, the CoA is surprised by the world body’s decision to slap the suspension on Indian Football in the midst of discussions going on among all stakeholders to find the best possible solution in the current situation. The fact that while the letter dated August 15, 2022, from FIFA stated that Indian Football, was being suspended from August 14, 2022, the discussions between the world body and all stakeholders in India were in full swing till late in the day on August 15, 2022.

CoA chairman Justice (retd.) Anil Dave said, “It is unfortunate to see such a directive by FIFA during a time when all efforts were being made to put Indian Football back on the right track. That being said, we are constantly in talks with all the stakeholders, including FIFA, to find the correct solution to this situation, and get the ball rolling once again.

“It is really deplorable that for almost last two years, the body, whose term had already been completed, had continued in an absolutely undemocratic and illegal manner, no action was taken. But when the Hon’ble Supreme Court passed an order to set things right so as to see that a democratically elected body takes charge, and when the CoA and the Sports Ministry were doing their best for the implementation of the Order of the Hon’ble Supreme Court, the order of the suspension was passed by FIFA.”

CoA member Dr. SY Qureshi stated, “The recent suspension of the FIFA comes as a surprise to us all, especially since we had already found mutually accepted terms. Besides, democratic elections to elect a General Body were already on the way. However, we are hopeful that all problems will be solved to restore normalcy at the earliest.” Former India captain and the third member of the CoA, Bhaskar Ganguly said, “When a sincere effort was being made by the CoA to give due importance to the players, who are really interested in the sport, as per the spirit of the National Sports Code of India, the order of suspension has been slapped. All efforts were made by the CoA to see that the Constitution of AIFF is being framed as per the Order passed by the Hon’ble Supreme Court and the National Sports Code. It is really sad.”

FIFA lifts suspension of Pakistan Football Federation ... ration-pff
The Bureau of the FIFA Council decided on 29 June 2022 to lift the suspension that was imposed on the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) in April 2021 due to undue third-party interference.

The decision was taken after FIFA received confirmation that the normalisation committee of the PFF had regained full control of the PFF’s premises and was in a position to manage its finances.

The PFF was also informed that any undue interference in its affairs or action that could hinder the fulfilment of the mandate of the normalisation committee might lead to the PFF being suspended again and/or the imposition of other sanctions provided for in the FIFA Statutes.

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2022 Rgp 30 18:35

FIFA lifts suspension of All India Football Federation ... federation
The Bureau of the FIFA Council has decided to lift the suspension that was imposed on the All India Football Federation (AIFF) due to undue third-party influence.

The decision was taken after FIFA received confirmation that the mandate of the committee of administrators that was set up to assume the powers of the AIFF Executive Committee had been terminated and that the AIFF administration had regained full control of the AIFF’s daily affairs. FIFA and the AFC will continue to monitor the situation and will support the AIFF in organising its elections in a timely manner.
Dėl ko tai aktualu?.. Pasižiūrėkite į kokio reglamento federaciją teko sutvarkyti įstatus pagal FIFA legimitizavimą:

Supreme Court Order on August 22, 2022 ... g-2022.pdf
The electoral college for the forthcoming elections to AIFF’s Executive Council should consist only of representatives of States/Union Territories Member Associations
Įdomu, kad visame surašytame sąraše yra ir gero pagrindimo išvalyti VK ir rinkėjų sąrašą nuo tiesioginio pavaldumo vidinių organizacijų, bet SN išskirto pačių klubų tiesioginio dalyvavimo valdyme bent FIFA nemato kaip pageidautino dalyko.

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2022 Rgs 23 15:25

Šį kartą jau Tarptautinis Sporto Arbirtažas patikrino FIFA teiginius dėl klubų teisinio vientisumo vertinimo juridinės įmonės bankroto atveju. Rezultate praktika yra patvirtinta, nors su kabliukais, kad iš principo reikalingi individualūs vertinimai.

CAS 2020/A/6941
Youness Bengelloun v. FIFA & PFC CSKA-Sofia
10 November 2021

2. Sporting succession of clubs in disciplinary cases

With regard to the merits of the case, the Panel had first to determine whether the Second Respondent was to be considered as the sporting successor of CSKA, the entity which had been the Appellant’s employer and the party ordered by the FIFA DRC Decision of 21 May 2015 to pay certain amounts to the Appellant.

The Panel found that sporting succession of clubs was to be decided on a case-by-case basis taking into account the circumstances of each individual case. It held that it can occur even in the absence of formal legal links between the two entities (such as the purchase of the former’s assets or federative rights) and, as such, had to be distinguished from legal succession and made subject to the test of sporting criteria only. In the view of the Panel, this reflected to a large extent the fact that, on the one hand, a club was a sporting entity identifiable by itself that, as a general rule, transcended the legal entities which operated it. Thus, the obligations acquired by any of the entities in charge of its administration in relation with its activity had to be respected.

On the other hand, the identity of a club was constituted by elements such as its name, colours, fans, history, sporting achievements, shield, trophies, stadium, roster of players, historic figures, etc. which distinguished it from all the other clubs. Hence, the continuity and permanence over time of the sports institution prevailed over the change of the entity that managed it.

The Panel also held that the concept of sporting succession of clubs had to apply not only in cases regarding employment-related disputes decided on the basis of the FIFA Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players (“RSTP”), but equally in cases concerning the application of Article 64 FDC, considering that Article 64 FDC sought precisely to ensure compliance with FIFA decisions on employment-related disputes decided on the basis of the FIFA RSTP.

In the instant case, the Panel noted that the Second Respondent had an almost identical name and the same emblem, colours and stadium as CSKA. Moreover, the Second Respondent’s website mentioned the history, trophies and sporting achievements of CSKA, thereby creating, knowingly and with no doubt, an image of continuity to the eyes of the general public, namely that CSKA and the Second Respondent were one and the same club. Therefore, the Panel confirmed the Appealed Decision with respect to the sporting succession question.
Čia puikiai tinka tiek FBK Kaunų, tiek Dainavų situacijai įvertinti sakyčiau.
The Panel felt comfortable in reaching this conclusion due to the fact that in other FIFA decisions involving the Second Respondent regarding the matter of CSKA’s sporting succession, the common conclusion had been that “on the basis of the information and documentation at hand, there is no other alternative but to conclude that the new Club, PFC CSKA-Sofia,
appears to be the sporting successor of the original Debtor, PFC CSKA Sofia”. ... -2022_.pdf
Nežinau kur tiksliai kelti tokį dalyką, bet radau įdomų teisinį precedentą apie kaip FIFA fiksuoja klubų teisinį vientisumą nacionalinės teisės kontekste (pavyzdys Estijoje):

@Makenzis nepatiks
11. The Estonian Football Association provided the Secretariat, on 6 May 2019, with its position regarding the allegations of the Creditor. The position of the EFA can be summarized as follows:
- Tartu Jalgpallikool Tammeka and the Debtor are not the same entity. The latter stopped participating in competitions organised by EFA on 2014 and was liquidated and disaffiliated from the EFA on March 2016.
- In Estonia, a legal entity is identified by its registry number. The Debtor’s code is 80078915 and the club was erased from the registry on 28 March 2016. On the other hand, the code of Tartu Jalgpallikool Tammeka is 80315611 and it is still registered at the present day. This proves that both clubs are two different legal entities.
In light of all the above, and since in the member of the Committee’s view the identity of a club is constituted by elements such as its name, colours, logo, fans, history, roster of players, stadium, etc, regardless of the legal entity operating it, the member of the Committee deems that, on the basis of the information and documentation at his disposal, he has no other alternative but to conclude that Tartu Jalgpallikool Tammeka appears to be the successor of Tartu Jalgpalliklubi Tammeka, and, as such, is liable for the debts incurred by the latter – namely the one related to the decision passed by the Dispute Resolution Chamber on 26 November 2015 – and that therefore, Tartu Jalgpallikool Tammeka is found to have infringed article 64 of the 2017 FIFA Disciplinary Code ... zpelh1polc

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