Clubs face FIFA sanction if they Refuse to release players

FIFA backlash for the players selected for the World Cup qualifiers.

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Liverpool already announced that Mohamed Shah won’t be able to get a release as he is bound by a 10-day hotel quarantine o returning to England. FIFA is facing a backlash all around the Football and is facing a lot of repercussions for the decision for the Covid-19 requirements and clubs are concerned as World cup qualifiers are starting shortly.

“ECA has firmly expressed its objection to FIFA’s decision and has urged FIFA to review its position, “ECA will not accept that a governing body like FIFA abuses its regulatory function to place its commercial interests and those of its member associations above the physical wellbeing of players and legitimate sporting interests of clubs.” the organization claimed to its member clubs last week as per Reuters.

Premier League Clubs were having some words and with a unity formed a position to not allow the players going to England’s red list which also has some other countries like Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Peru.FIFA claims to regulate the Big game globally and is one of the biggest platforms in the World Football Federation. It generates around $6 billion in four years and is marked as the biggest event in International Calender. They have declined to make any sort of comment on the statement.

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