CAS ruling supports football club ownership model

CAS ruling supports football club ownership model
FIFA is clamping down on third party ownership in football. , iStock/photogearch

The Lausanne-based Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has ordered a Mexican football club to pay a player transfer fee plus legal costs to a Chilean counterpart in a ruling that recognises the legitimacy of a football club ownership model widely used in Latin America and Iberia.

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