Interview with Takuya Yamazaki - the challenges for football players rights in Asia
Published 15 September 2017 | Authored by: Sean Cottrell
Takuya Yamazaki, Founder and Managing Partner at Field-R Law Offices and Chairman of Division -Asia/Oceania at FIFPro, talks to Sean Cottrell (CEO and founder of LawInSport) about contractual disputes in Asian sports law, and the challenges facing football player contracts in Asia.
Takuya specifically provides an overview of the current key issues in Asian sports law, and contractual disputes that are prevalent in Asia at the moment. He also provides his thoughts on what football players should do if they are transferring to another club or ending their contracts.
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- Asia | Contract Law | FIFPro | Football | Governance | Japan | Player contracts | Player Rights | Regulation
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