Published 11 February 2011
Signing of a first professional football contract and training compensation in France: A practical aftermath of the Olivier Bernard Case By Martin Fauvel.
On 16th March 2010, the European Court of Justice issued an important ruling1 regarding the training compensation due when a young footballer, instead of signing his first professional contract with his training club, decides to export his services in another EU state.
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