The gap in FIFA's regulatory framework regarding football coaches and the issue concerning the access of FIFA's jurisdiction in cases with an international dimension

The gap in FIFA's regulatory framework regarding football coaches and the issue concerning the access of FIFA's jurisdiction in cases with an international dimension
FIFA is not properly addressing issues and disputes involving clubs and coaches with an international dimension, since it does not provide any type of material dispositions concerning the regulation and protection of club-coach employment relationships.
 

Introduction

In recent decades, the integration between people and nations, resulting from globalization, has gained remarkable speed of materialization and consolidation, since the world, as a “global community”, has increased more and more international interactions.

The immediacy and ease of communications has made elements such as distance and time disappear[1], giving a timeless and transnational character to interpersonal and institutional relations. On this point, Erik Jayme[2] teaches that modernity means plurality, communication, speed, ubiquity, fluidity and, especially, an internationalization of private interpersonal relations.

This movement can also be identified in football relationships. Year after year, we can...

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