CAS decision provides guidance on Football Club ‘sporting succession’ in Romania
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (“CAS”), in its recent award in CAS 2021/A/8331 Victor Pițurcă v. RFF & U Craiova 1948 SA (“CAS Award”), confirmed the decisions passed by the judicial bodies of the Romanian Football Federation (“RFF”) where several legal issues, including national insolvency law, were brought up.
This article discusses this case and its implications for sporting succession in football.
The author represented the RFF in this case.
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