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FIFA ban Third Party Ownership of players as of tomorrow, May 1

As of tomorrow, May 1, Third Party Ownership will no longer be allowed in football, following FIFA’s executive decision. The issue of third party ownership has become a real bugbear in football in recent years, presenting all sorts of conundrums and difficulties for football clubs and players. The concept of TPO essentially involves an outside […]
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