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FIFA Fines Spanish FA For Transfer Rule Violations By Real, Atlético Madrid

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 10 / 26 / 16

FIFA fined the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) "for breaking rules governing the international transfer and registration of minors by allowing Atlético and Real Madrid to sign underage players from other countries," according to Adriana Garcia of REUTERS. In January, FIFA banned the Madrid...

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Bayern Signs Deal With Doha Airport

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Champagne Courts European Support

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Formula E Going Virtual To Engage Fans

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Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, Europe, United Kingdom

DTM, ARD Renew Broadcast Rights Deal

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GMs Propose Matchday Over Christmas

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