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[英超]國際足協禁止車路士於未來兩個轉會窗簽入球員 [復制鏈接]

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【Now Sports-體育】國際足協周三宣佈,推翻車路士就簽人禁令的上訴。

「國際足協上訴委員會決定,維持部份車路士的簽人禁令。這個禁令將會針對整間球會,除了女子隊及五人足球隊,但不影響球會放走球員。」國際足協在聲明中表示。

即是說,車路士在未來兩個轉會窗,仍然被禁止註冊新球員,今次上訴唯一改變是,車仔可以從英國簽入16歲以下的球員。一般相信,車仔將會上訴至體育仲裁法院,有機會能夠申請在上訴期間,暫時凍結禁令。

車路士因為簽入翼鋒貝查特查奧爾(Bertrand Traore)在內多名年輕小將,違反了FIFA簽入18歲以下球員的條例,車仔除了被頒佈簽人禁令外,亦被罰款46萬鎊。

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Chelsea delay applying to CAS to freeze two-window transfer ban

Chelsea have not yet applied to the Court of Arbitration for Sport to try to freeze the two-window transfer ban that they are still appealing as the club consider their options.

The Blues failed with an appeal to Fifa and confirmed they have taken their case to CAS in a bid to get their punishment for the signing of young, foreign players overturned.

But, as yet, Chelsea have not applied to CAS to suspend the ban while their appeal is considered with the club and lawyers deliberating over the best course of action.

It has emerged that even if they have to start serving the ban during the summer, Chelsea would be able to sign midfielder Mateo Kovacic and striker Gonzalo Higuain who have both been on loan at Stamford Bridge.


Chelsea are likely to step up their bid to turn midfielder Kovacic’s loan into a permanent deal following the news that Ruben Loftus-Cheek could be ruled out for up to a year after rupturing his Achilles’ tendon during this week’s post-season friendly in the United States.

Higuain’s future is less clear, with Chelsea yet to open talks over a permanent move and reluctant to pay the £15.5 million to extend his loan for another 12 months or the £31m to sign the Argentine.

Because both players are already registered with the club, Chelsea can sign either Kovacic or Higuain whether or not their transfer ban is overturned or frozen.

While it would seem obvious that Chelsea would try to have their ban frozen to allow them to sign players this summer, no matter the result of their appeal, there is a counter theory.

Some sources have floated the idea that Chelsea may be better to start serving their ban if lawyers believe that they will not be able to get it completely overturned.

A decision could also be influenced by whether or not the Blues feel their top transfer targets will be available this summer, or whether they would be better to wait until next year.

Winger Christian Pulisic will join Chelsea in the summer, having agreed his move in January, while David Luiz last week signed a new two-year contract.

The Blues also have a number of players returning from loan with right-back Reece James, midfielder Mason Mount and striker Tammy Abraham rated the most likely to be offered first-team chances.


Following surgery on his ruptured Achilles’ tendon, Loftus-Cheek released a statement that said: “Difficult to describe how I’m feeling right now. More confusion than sadness.

“My surgery went very well yesterday evening so I’m off to a good start! I’ll be watching and supporting from the sidelines for a little while so I wish the boys all the luck in the Europa League final and of course the Nations League finals.

“Coming back strong from an injury is something I’ve had to do all my life and I’ll do it again. See you on the pitch as soon as possible.”

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2019/05/17/chelsea-delay-applying-cas-freeze-two-window-transfer-ban/

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