Official announcement – Real Madrid respond to FIFA’s transfer ban
After FIFA declared approvals that will keep Real Madrid from enrolling players in the following two transfer windows, viable a transfer ban, Real Madrid respond to FIFA’s transfer boycott and discharged an announcement on their official site expressing that they will request. The club was additionally fined CHF 360,000 (around €330,000). The club was liable of spurning FIFA rules while marking underage players, i.e players why should yet turn 18. They were additionally blameworthy of enrolling and playing the individual players in rivalries that are controlled by the Spanish Football Federation.
Real Madrid respond to FIFA’s transfer ban
“Real Madrid C. F. has today gotten the choice from the FIFA disciplinary council, dated 23th July 2015, authorizing the club with a transfer restriction that keeps them from enrolling any players for the following two complete and successive enlistment periods and also a fining the club 360,000 Swiss francs.”
The capital club Real Madrid respond rapidly and issued the announcement with three points they set out to defend themselves against.
Regarding playing outside U-18 players without enrolling with the Real Federacion Espanola de Futbol (RFEF), Real Madrid was unyielding that every one of their players in the adolescent teams at the club was enlisted with the RFEF furthermore confirmed by the nation’s football alliance. The club said that it had confirmation of correspondence between the RFEF and FIFA which was dated 17 April 2015.
On Madrid’s part, they separate the contention into two sections. For players between the age of 12 and 18, they assert they have dependably “conformed to FIFA regulations” and asked for the RFEF to process any “approval from the FIFA Players’ Status Committee”. For junior players beneath the age of 12, Real Madrid guarantees a different procedure like those of Spanish underage players was not required. This was supposedly sanctioned by FIFA to the RFEF and they have the fax and messages dated March and April 2014 to demonstrate their cases.
Los Blancos claim they “generally advised the RFEF the players who are enrolled in these teams” furthermore have the archives to demonstrate it (destined April 2015). Therefore, Real Madrid C. F. will request this choice of FIFA in all the brandishing occurrences, thinking of them as totally unseemly.
“Therefore, Real Madrid C. F. will request this choice of FIFA in all the donning episodes, thinking of them as completely wrong.”
While the ban is set up, Real Madrid can, in any case, work together in this transfer window, after which they can just sign a player in the mid-year of 2017 as the ban will be set up amid the 2016 summer transfer window and the 2017 January transfer window.