the economic consequences of The coronakrisen in the world of football may mean that clubs have to fire the players. Without the battles come there is not money in the till, while there still needs to be paid wages to players and coaches.
It may force clubs to sack players, and in the Norwegian football has been trying to be on the cutting edge.
Spillerforeningen (Niso), the organization of division, Norwegian Toppfotball, Topfotball Women and The Norwegian Football association (NFF) have agreed on how the situation on the nødtvungne layoffs should be handled.
In a press release informs the parties that will try to protect the players who do not meet the requirements to receive unemployment benefits. There is, however, also taken into account for the clubs ' fear of losing valuable players.
A part of the agreement, namely, that the clubs can fail to fire the players with high value, so these can not switch to other clubs on a free transfer in the midst of crisis.
In a press release from the parties is that according to Norwegian TV2:
- That a club can give priority to retain key personnel - including players with a significant amount of value to the club - when you assess the players who should be fired, provided that the club has made substantive, and conscientious individual assessments of the individual players.
In agreement states at the same time, that fired the players after the 14 days is free to sign a contract with a new club.
The International Football federation (FIFA) has not taken a position on whether the temporary rules in Norway comply with the rules. Until FIFA had to make the objection, apply to the agreement in Norway.
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