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Inter Miami Hoy

Fútbol Law: Pellegrini, Carranza now count as domestic players

MIAMI, Fla. (February 4, 2020) — You might have missed it last week, but Inter Miami CF experienced an internal roster shakeup. Midfielder Matías Pellegrini and forward Julián Carranza have had changes to their immigration status. Both received what is commonly called a “green card”, which will alter their status on the team’s roster. The […]

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Academy LaLiga Russo Law And Soccer Briefs

Espanyol Is Growing Brand Through International Academies

MIAMI, Fla. (January 6, 2019) — In order to grow the club as a global brand, Real Club Deportivo Espanyol de Barcelona is developing a network of academies around the world. The newest such fútbol school has opened in Brisbane, Australia. This internationalisation model kicked off in the 2016/17 season with the launch of two […]

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commercial Vuelta de La Liga

Real Madrid CF Will Not Seek Naming Rights For Estadio Bernabéu

Club will not seek naming rights partner for the revitalization of the Bernabéu Stadium; Has “great opportunities” in business without changing the name of the stadium. Miami, Fla. (Thursday, July 25, 2019) – Kenneth Russo What’s in a name? In the case of a famous one, a reason not to alter it. One of the […]

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soccer

What is the RSTP, and how do training compensation and solidarity payments fit into it?

Let’s discuss FIFA’s Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players (“RSTP”), and the concepts of Training Compensation and Solidarity Payments.