In early March, the FA charged Queen’s Park Rangers with seven alleged breaches of rules concerning undisclosed third-party ownership of Alejandro Faurlin, writes Jon Keen. These charges also include allegations of “using or seeking to pay an Unauthorised Agent” in relation to the player’s registration in July 2009, and of the submission of false information in documents submitted to the FA when Faurlin’s contract was extended in October 2010.
The alleged issues had apparently been discovered by the Football League in September 2010, but since they don’t have regulations forbidding third-party ownership they passed the information to the FA, who do have relevant rules over player ownership. These rules banning any third-party ownership were brought in after the so-called ‘Carlos Tevez affair’ – when West Ham were fined (but not deducted points) for improper third-party ownership of Tevez.
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