Football coaches working at an international level do not benefit from a specific legal framework regulating their employment status. This situation leads to legal uncertainty and places them in a position of weakness in relation to their employers.
The first football players’ trade union was established in 1908. Since the formation of the union, football players have been organized and have raised their voices against regulatory abuses and gained their status under the current FIFA Regulations.
From Walker to Bosman, and to the most recent developments in the FIFA Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players (RSTP) through Circular no. 1625 of April 2018, there have been innumerable cases which have helped players build a legal corpus and a set of principles protecting their status in relation...
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