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Chelsea Banned From Transfers

Thu Sep 03, 2009 4:44 pm

In another move by Plattini and Blatter to break the EPL's dominance on the champions league chelsea have been banned from the next two transfer market's for allegedly tapping up a player 2 years ago.

http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,11800_5535793,00.html

Some other news that might interest FIFA the sky is blue.
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RE: Chelsea Banned From Transfers

Thu Sep 03, 2009 5:01 pm

I'm far far from a Chelsea fan believe me and I do think these sort of punishments are a good way of stopping the ridiculous amount of tapping up by the 'big' clubs IF they are implemented rigidly. That would mean that off the top of my head that Real Madrid, Man Utd, Arsenal, Liverpool, Spurs and many more should also be punished. Tapping up is rife.
 
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RE: Chelsea Banned From Transfers

Thu Sep 03, 2009 8:07 pm



Quoting Davehammer (Reply 1):
Tapping up is rife.

Yes it is Dave, and everyone does it. How you are going to punish everyone?

Another pointless flexing of FIFA's muscle. As was Eduardo's ban for diving. Punish one, let thousands off. Pointless.
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RE: Chelsea Banned From Transfers

Fri Sep 04, 2009 7:32 am



Quoting TristarAtLCA (Reply 2):
As was Eduardo's ban for diving. Punish one, let thousands off. Pointless.

Exactly when was the last time UEFA retrospectively punished anyone for diving or any other offense for that matter after the ref had taken action, iirc they only take action against players if the ref hasn't done so already, and giving Gael Kakuta a four month worldwide playing ban is beyond a joke.
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RE: Chelsea Banned From Transfers

Fri Sep 04, 2009 11:13 am



Quoting T1210s (Reply 3):
Exactly when was the last time UEFA retrospectively punished

According to a newspaper article, Eduardo was the first player to sanctioned for simulation since the rule was introduced FOUR years ago. I think that says it all really. I think it was a joke and i'm a Spurs fan!! Yes he dived, but so have thousands of others.

As for the Chelsea situation, couldn't UEFA just introduce simple rules such as under-18/21 year olds cannot join clubs outside of their home countries or something of that ilk, which I am sure walks into the EU employment law minefield, but seems a sensible way of stopping this trade in talented kids.
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RE: Chelsea Banned From Transfers

Fri Sep 04, 2009 11:18 am



Quoting TristarAtLCA (Reply 2):
As was Eduardo's ban for diving.

I don't watch football much..like 2 a year on TV...I saw Eduardo and he's stuck in my head,
Mainly because he looked like a cheat to me...pretending that the goalkeeper had tripped him up...
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RE: Chelsea Banned From Transfers

Fri Sep 04, 2009 11:25 am



Quoting FCA767 (Reply 5):
Mainly because he looked like a cheat to me.

It isn't the issue as to whether he cheated or not. He did. It is UEFA suddenly enacting a rule it hasn't bothered with for four years.

Quoting FCA767 (Reply 5):
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It's the grunting, right? Big grin
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RE: Chelsea Banned From Transfers

Sat Sep 05, 2009 9:07 am



Quoting TristarAtLCA (Reply 4):
couldn't UEFA just introduce simple rules such as under-18/21 year olds cannot join clubs outside of their home countries or something of that ilk

I disagree. The top leagues in England, Spain, Italy, Germany and France are stages where the players can really learn their trade. Let's say there was an extremely talented young player playing in a small Eastern European nation with a small league. If they cannot leave to play at the top level, then they will not reach their full potential. An open market allows this. I cannot see Ronaldo being as good as he is if he did not go to Manchester or another large club before the age of 21.

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RE: Chelsea Banned From Transfers

Sat Sep 05, 2009 10:45 am



Quoting CXfirst (Reply 7):
Let's say there was an extremely talented young player playing in a small Eastern European nation with a small league. If they cannot leave to play at the top level, then they will not reach their full potential.

Nonsense. If the kid is that good he will reach the top of his domestic league and become a target for the bigger clubs once he was to reach a reasonable age. Lets remember the kid who Chelsea have been punished for taking was 16 at the time. Lens seem to have done a good job with his development.

And isn't it about time the clubs who nurture these kids actually benefitted financially from their endeavours, rather than losing them for next to nothing. Or is that just a right of the bigger clubs?

Quoting CXfirst (Reply 7):
I cannot see Ronaldo being as good as he is if he did not go to Manchester or another large club before the age of 21.

Why? The ratio of successes to failures in professional football sits firmly in the negative. And please don't forget that United paid £12m for Ronaldo which suggests he was already well established and not nothing which is what Chelsea tried to do.
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RE: Chelsea Banned From Transfers

Sat Sep 05, 2009 10:59 am



Quoting TristarAtLCA (Reply 8):
please don't forget that United paid £12m for Ronaldo which suggests he was already well established

They paid well over the odds to ensure that they got him before the other clubs who were after him. They did not intend signing him until the following year but had to bring forward their plans because of the attention of the other clubs.
 
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RE: Chelsea Banned From Transfers

Sat Sep 05, 2009 11:10 am



Quoting TristarAtLCA (Reply 6):
It's the grunting, right?

haha! No it's their shinyness Big grin I acually emailed one of the tennis girls by searcing their website and they emailed back after the game woohoo Big grin It was just to see if they would have the time and they did  Smile
 
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RE: Chelsea Banned From Transfers

Sat Sep 05, 2009 11:27 am



Quoting David_itl (Reply 9):
They paid well over the odds to ensure that they got him before the other clubs who were after him.

Yes, after he made 31 first team appearrances and scored 5 goals for Sporting. I think that is as established as an 18 year old could be. No one's disputing the fact United overpaid.
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