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INVASION: FIFA Extends Suspension Of Football Contracts In Russia, Ukraine



The World football governing body (FIFA) has extended the right of foreign players and coaches to suspend contracts with clubs in Russia and Ukraine until June next year.

FIFA said following a decision by its ruling council, that it gave “players and coaches the opportunity to train, play and receive a salary, while protecting Ukrainian clubs and facilitating the departure of foreign players and coaches from Russia,” NAN reports

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The special rule was introduced on March 7, within two weeks of Russia invading Ukraine, initially to June 30 this year before being extended.
FIFA and European football ruling body UEFA have banned Russian teams from all international competitions.

Recall that football in Ukraine was suspended at the start of the invasion and clubs have been entered into European competitions this coming term, though they are not expected to host games in the country.

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