FIFA’s “6+5 Rule” - a response to the INEA opinion

Published 11 October 2009 By: Ian Lynam

FIFA’s “6+5 Rule” - a response to the INEA opinion

The topic of foreign player quotas in club football has helped shape modern sports law through decisions such as Dona¹, Bosman² and Simutenkov³. Of late, FIFA has attempted to further alter the sports law landscape with their determined attempts to introduce the "6+5 rule”4 (the "Rule").

 

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Ian has wide expertise across corporate, commercial and regulatory matters.  He is recognised by the legal directories as a leading “commercial dealmaker” “who has become a clear leader in the UK” and “an excellent lawyer, whose knowledge of the sports industry is unparalleled”.  His expertise includes financial regulation of sport (including salary caps and financial fair play), mergers and acquisitions in sport, financing, governance, integrity, rules and regulations, sponsorship agreements, transfers, player contracts and image rights. He has a particular expertise in the use of data in sport, has spoken widely on the subject and sits on the board of STATSports as a non-executive director.

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