NBC Premier League team Biashara Mara United has been banned from signing new players for two windows by the FIFA Disciplinary Committee. Biashara United disobeyed FIFA’s earlier ruling prohibiting them from registering players. The clubs disobedience has now landed them in the new discipline term.
According to the international football governing body, the ban was due when salary demands for former player Timoth Balton Omwenga’s would have been fully settled.
FIFA then forwarded the case to its Disciplinary Committee in disregard of the ruling. The committee delivered the verdict on May 19, 2022, through Carlos Teran, a Venezuelan representative.
The Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) does caution clubs to uphold agreements made with coaches and players. This is so because one need for acquiring a license is upholding commitments. A club must abide by the Club Licensing Regulations in order to conduct business.
The Club Licensing System: A General Presentation with FIFA Accordance
FIFA’s Congress, which took place in Munich in 2006, set the overarching goals of the Club Licensing Procedure.
The FIFA Executive Committee approved the FIFA Club Licensing Regulations on October 29, 2007, and they went into effect on January 1, 2008.
Later, the CAF Club Licensing Regulations passed On January 19, 2012. In addition they became effective on March 1.
The CAF Club Licensing laws went into effect immediately, and the Club Licensing Procedure entered its full implementation phase for the first time during the 2017 CAF Inter-clubs Competition Season. After a period of soft implementation the it was time to introduce the procedures.
All CAF Member Associations must adhere to the Club Licensing Procedure’s implementation so as to:
Improve the economic and financial capacity of the clubs through proper corporate governance and control.
Ensure and guarantee the continuity of the international competitions of clubs during the season.
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Promote and raise the standards of all facets of football in Africa with FIFA standards, is one of the goals of club licensing.
Ensure that clubs have the necessary resources, expertise, and tools for management and organization.
Modify and enhance the club’s athletic facilities.
Improve the economic and financial capacity of the clubs, through proper corporate governance and control. Club licensing information Courtesy of Caf online.