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Chelsea's two-window transfer ban upheld by Fifa

The News Articles Wednesday, 8 May 2019
The Premier League membership used to be sanctioned after an investigation into its behavior in shifting and registering in a foreign country avid gamers beneath 18. Alternatively, Chelsea shall be allowed to signal under-16 avid gamers from the United Kingdom. “The Fifa Attraction Committee has determined to partly uphold the attraction lodged through Chelsea,” the …
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