26 de setembro de 2014

Porta-aviões ao fundo

"Fifa is expected to make a "significant" announcement on third party ownership (TPO) on Friday, with a ban on investment companies taking a stake in the economic rights of players believed to be under consideration.

Already banned under Premier League rules, TPO is common in Europe and South America, with investors seeking to make profits on their stake.

Manchester City's £32m purchase of Eliaquim Mangala from Porto is just one of four major deals that went through in England this summer involving TPO.

English clubs who wish to buy players co-owned by an investor and a team are already required to buy out the contract rights from all parties retaining a financial interest.

BBC Sport understands Fifa discussed the issue on Thursday, the first day of its autumn executive committee meeting in Zurich, Switzerland.

Earlier this week the Fifa players' status committee - which oversees issues around transfers - is believed to have voted in favour of recommending a ban on TPO."

Mais aqui: http://www.bbc.com/sport/0/football/29373456




3 comentários:

RP disse...

Em cheio. E para não deixar sobreviventes, era ganharmos logo á noite aos corruptos. Esses gajos representam a merda que existe no Futebol, sem embargo de haver portistas que merecem toda a minha consideração.

Nonameslb disse...

Mais vale tarde que nunca.

Captomente disse...

@RP Sem dúvida! Ganharmos hoje seria a cereja no topo do bolo (sendo que o bolo vai ser ganharmos o campeonato - ou, pelo menos, ficarmos à frente dos fruteiros) :P

@Nonameslb Salvé, um benfiquista que é contra os fundos! Será engraçado quando voltarmos a ter derbies mais "igualados" dentro do relvado e com mais portugueses de cada lado do campo... Bem vindo à luta. (e ao blog)

SL