5 de março de 2015
DEFINITION OF AN INTERMEDIARY A NATURAL OR LEGAL PERSON IN APRIL, 2015 BY FIFA.
Definition of an intermediary A natural or legal person who, for a fee or free of charge, represents players and/or clubs in negotiations with a view to concluding an employment contract or represents clubs in negotiations with a view to concluding a transfer agreement. NB: Terms referring to natural persons are applicable to both genders as well as to legal persons.
Any term in the singular applies to the plural and vice-versa. Preamble FIFA bears the responsibility to constantly improve the game of football and to safeguard its worldwide integrity. In this context, one of FIFA’s key objectives is to promote and safeguard considerably high ethical standards in the relations between clubs, players and third parties, and thus to live up to the requirements of good governance and financial responsibility principles.
More specifically, FIFA considers it essential to protect players and clubs from being involved in unethical and/or illegal practices and circumstances in the context of concluding employment contracts between players and clubs and of concluding transfer agreements. In the light of these considerations, and with the aim of properly addressing the changing realities of modernday relations between players and clubs as well as to enable proper control and transparency of player transfers, FIFA has enacted these regulations in accordance with article 4 of the Regulations Governing the Application of the FIFA Statutes.
These regulations shall serve as minimum standards/ requirements that must be implemented by each association at national level, the latter having the possibility of further adding thereto.
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