Russia-Ukraine War: FIFA breaks ties with Russia-Ukraine players; Appeal to the coach to terminate the contract

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Russia-Ukraine War: Russia is facing criticism from all over the world due to bombing of Ukraine. Many countries have imposed economic sanctions on Russia. Meanwhile, the FIFA club, which represents football globally, has dealt a big blow to the war-torn countries. FIFA has appealed to Russian and Ukrainian players and coaches to break contracts with the football club. Along with this, the club has also amended the temporary membership of the players.

In an official statement on 8 March announcing the amendment, FIFA informed that all contracts of foreign players and coaches with Ukrainian clubs would be suspended until the end of the season. At the same time, the world football governing body also pointed out that if a Russian club affiliated with the Football Union of Russia (FUR) fails to reach a final decision with its foreign players and coaches before 10 March, FIFA will have a deadline of 30 June. 2022 will have the right to suspend the contract until the end of the Russian season.

Announcing the decision, FIFA said that the decision regarding Ukrainian clubs has been taken to give players and coaches the opportunity to work and earn money. Ukrainian clubs will also benefit from the amendments.

Meanwhile, clarifying the decision regarding Russian clubs, FIFA said it wants to facilitate the departure of foreign players and coaches from the country. Giving information about the update, FIFA said, “The suspension of a contract as per the current paragraph will mean that the players and coaches will be considered “out of contract” until 30 June 2022 and therefore face consequences of any kind. Players would be free to sign contracts with any other club without having to do so.The Russian football community has suffered greatly since President Vladimir Putin decided to invade Ukraine.

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FIFA has given a major relief to players who were registered with bodies such as the UAF and FUR and have fled Ukraine or Russia due to the Russo-Ukraine war. These players will be allowed to register even though the registration period is closed. However, they have to register before 7th April 2022. Clubs will be allowed to register a maximum of two players with exemptions.

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