In principle, the loan of a player to another club does not interrupt the continuing training period of the player. As a consequence, a club which transferred a player on a loan basis to another club is entitled to training compensation for the period of time during which it effectively trained the player, however, excluding the period of time of the loan to the other club.
On 1 December 2010, the Moldovan football club Dacia and the Moldovan football player A entered into an employment agreement valid as from the date of signing until 31 December 2013.
During the time the Player was under contract with Dacia, the football season in Moldova ran from 1 June until 31 May the following year. On 12 February 2011, Dacia and Gagauziya entered into a contract regarding the loan of the Player to the latter from the date of signing until 30 June 2011 (the Loan Agreement) and the Player and Gagauziya also signed an employment contract valid as of 10 February 2011 until 30 June 2011 (Gagauziya Contract).
On 1 July 2011, and following the loan to Gagauziya, the Player returned to Dacia and signed an order of reintegration, thus being reinstated in the terms and provisions of the Dacia Contract.
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