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SBD Global/August 7, 2014/Franchises
Spanish Football League Committee Says Racing Santander Meets Requirements
Published August 7, 2014
AFE BACKS MURCIA: The EFE reported Spanish Footballers' Association (AFE) has "defended Murcia and its players." AFE President Luis Rubiales said that excluding Murcia from the second division is "unfair." Rubiales "lamented that the working lives of many professionals are in play." He added that he "agrees there should be economic controls for clubs, but it should not be established unilaterally by the LFP" (EFE, 8/5).