Initial considerations from the latest Adrian Mutu compensation ruling
Published 05 November 2013 By: John Shea
FIFA’s Dispute Resolution Chamber (“DRC”) has recently held that Juventus and Livorno are jointly and severally liable to pay Chelsea £14.5m plus interest in compensation following Adrian Mutu’s breach of contract without just cause back in 2004.
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- Tags: Compensation | Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) | FIFA | Football | Italy | United Kingdom (UK)
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