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Sport Cardiff's appeal against transfer ban delayed again

07:26  05 august  2020
07:26  05 august  2020 Source:   reuters.com

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Cardiff ’ s transfer ban appeal delayed as they insist they aren’t liable for any of the £15m Emiliano Sala fee. The sad death of Emiliano Sala and his pilot still resonated today, but it’s a shame to see that Cardiff are still insisting on dragging things through the courts over money.

The BBC report that Cardiff City’ s transfer ban for failing to pay the first instalment of Emiliano Sala’ s £15m fee has been delayed a second time. Cardiff immediately appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) and this was initially scheduled for May before being postponed.

(Reuters) - The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has said Cardiff City's appeal against a transfer ban for failing to pay the first instalment of Emiliano Sala's 15 million pounds ($19.62 million) transfer fee to Nantes has been delayed a second time.

FIFA ordered Cardiff last October to pay the first instalment amounting to six million euros ($7.08 million) after the two clubs were involved in a dispute over when it should be paid.

FIFA's Players' Status Committee said in November Cardiff faced a three-window transfer ban if they did not pay the agreed amount within 45 days of receiving bank details from Nantes.

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Cardiff face an embargo on signing new players for three transfer windows if they do not pay Nantes the £5.2m first instalment for Emiliano Sala.

Fifa tells Cardiff City they face a ban on signing players for three transfer windows in the dispute over the transfer of striker Emiliano Sala. And they also rejected Cardiff ' s contention the transfer was not fully completed, saying the Football Association of Wales Lack of clarity delays Newcastle takeover.

Cardiff appealed the decision the following month and it was originally due to be heard this spring.

"The parties to the procedure have agreed to lengthen the regular time limits for the filing of the written submissions," CAS told BBC.

"It is for this reason the exchanges of written submissions is still ongoing and a hearing date has not yet been set."

After signing for Cardiff in January 2019, Sala was travelling to Wales from the French club when his plane crashed in the English Channel. His body was recovered nearly three weeks later after an underwater search found the wreckage.

(Reporting by Arvind Sriram in Bengaluru; Editing by Peter Rutherford)


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Cardiff are appealing against the decision to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) and no ban will be imposed until that case ends. Fifa’s Players’ Status Committee rejected Cardiff ’ s claims that the transfer had not been finalised. It also decided that Cardiff ’ s legal action against Nantes and the

Nantes are reportedly demanding that Cardiff City pay a cut of the £15 million transfer fee for Emiliano Sala over the next 10 days. According to BBC Sport, the Bluebirds agreed to pay off the final amount for Sala in instalments over a three-year period and the French club are hoping to receive the first

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