Key points from The F.A. -v- Massimo Cellino case on unauthorised agents and the disciplinary process
Published 13 November 2017 By: Nick De Marco QC
Almost a year since the case was heard before an FA Regulatory Commission, the final decision in the case of The FA v Massimo Cellino has been published.1 This blog analyses the case, looking specifically at:
The background to the case
The Regulatory Commission decision
The first appeal
The second appeal
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- Tags: FA | Football | Governance | Regulation | The FA Rules and Regulations | The Football League | United Kingdom (UK)
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Nick is rated a leading silk in Sports Law and is a member of Blackstone Chambers.
He has advised and acted for a number of sports governing bodies, athletes, most Premier League football clubs and many world-class football players in commercial and regulatory disputes.