Find out why Suarez's CAS appeal may succeed
Published 08 August 2014 By: John Mehrzad
- FIFA did not have the power to ban him from domestic club games;
- and/or,A ban from “all football-related activity” for 4 months or at all is disproportionate.
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- Tags: 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil | Brazil | Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) | FIFA | FIFA Disciplinary Code | FIFA Dispute Resolution Chamber | FIFPro | Football | Restraint of trade
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