A member of the Football Association’s Status and Transfers Committee, spokesperson for the committee, Counselor Yaqoub Al Ali, revealed that the committee will coordinate with the Professionals Association and the Competitions Committee as well as the Football and Technical Affairs Committee in the Football Association and the International Football Federation, to determine the appropriate date for the registration and registration of players for the season The next 2020-2021, against the backdrop of the recent decision issued by the Football Association to resume sports activity initially in August, indicating that they are in the Committee on the Status and Transfer of Players aware that all matters related to sports activity for the next sports season are linked to the two periods of Hand and recording the two Tmtdan to 16 weeks for the two periods.
Al Ali told «Emirates Today» that «the committee did not specify any date for the registration and registration periods for the next season, and the matter is subject to study and consultation between all parties concerned in this matter, and for us in the Committee on the Status and Transfer of Players we are keen on good coordination in this regard, there Many things are related to the registration and registration periods, whether it is at the club level or even the national teams.
It is noteworthy that the first period of registration and registration of players for the current season, which is the summer transfer period, had started on the ninth of last June, and continued until September 30, while the winter transfer period began on the seventh of last January, and continued until the third of February.
The spokesperson for the Players 'Transfer and Status Committee added: “We realize in the Players' Status and Transfer Committee that clubs are counting heavily on the registration and registration periods for the new season, especially the summer registration period, in order to arrange their status in terms of contracts with players.”
Al Ali attributed the fact that his committee has not received any complaints so far from any club against any player, whether a citizen or a foreigner, not to agree to extend his contract with his club, according to the recent decision issued by the Football Association, given the current developments that occurred recently due to the pandemic «Corona », To what he described as the good relationship between most clubs and their players, indicating that the players understand the current conditions that the clubs are going through.
Yaqoub Al Ali stressed the issue of the commitment of the parties concerned to the recent decision to extend all contracts of citizens players, which will expire next June until the new effective date for the end of the 2019-20 sports season.
And if there are foreign players, their contracts with clubs will expire next June, and that these players did not extend their contracts with their clubs until the end of the season, Al Ali said: «There is no obligation for a foreign player, whether he is a resident, a citizen of a citizen or a foreigner to extend his contract with his club However, the matter is subject to negotiation between the player and his club to reach an agreement that satisfies both parties, and ultimately leads to the player’s commitment to extend his contract with his club until the date of the new effective date of the season, taking into account the current conditions in the clubs, and as I mentioned we have not yet received any complaint From which club is there a player A prophet refused to extend his contract with his club, and this means that things are going smoothly between the clubs and the players, whether they are foreigners or citizens, and that the clubs are currently working on matters related to their contracts with players ».
Yaqoub Al pointed out that, after the season ended, the Committee on the Status and Transfer of Players in the Football Association will review and revise the regulations relating to the conditions and transfers of players, and that he expects there will be some minor amendments.
On the issue of clubs signing contracts with players for the new season, and no date has been set for the registration and registration of players, Yaqoub stressed that "the issue of clubs negotiating with players to sign contracts with them for the new sports season is a matter for the clubs themselves."
"There is no obligation for a foreign player to extend his contract with his club."
"The players understand the current conditions in the clubs."