In 2018 $350m should have been paid in "Solidarity Payments" to clubs that develop young talent, but only $68m got through. Rafael Martins investigates what steps FIFA are taking to make sure the clubs that train young talent get their fair share of their future value.
If we asked people in the street what they thought of intermediaries I'm sure critics would label them money grabbers or blame them for the hyper-inflation of transfer prices. By contrast supporters might argue that intermediaries constitute an essential part of the football ecosystem. What neither would really discuss is whether FIFA should regulate this … Continue reading FIFA’s New Agents’ Regulations
ANALYSIS OF THE REFORMS PRESENTED AT FIFA FOOTBALL LAW ANNUAL REVIEW 2018 In March 2017, a Task Force was set up under the auspices of the FIFA Football Stakeholders Committee (FSC) to investigate the football transfer system and provide proposals and recommendations to the FIFA Council based on their findings. On 15 February 2019, the … Continue reading FIFA Regulatory Changes