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* FIFPro is the world players' union, based in the Netherlands, which represents about 65,000 professional players worldwide through its national affiliates.
It is represented on some standing committees at soccer's world governing body FIFA and the European ruling body UEFA, although it does not have a place on the executive committee of either organisation. Its president is Frenchman Philippe Piat.
* FIFPro lodged its complaint with the EC in Brussels. It argues that the transfer system, in which players are traded by clubs for fees that can reach tens of millions of euros, infringes European competition law.
* The complaint is against FIFA, which governs the transfer regulations worldwide through its Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players (RSTP). The system has existed since 2001 and follows an informal agreement between FIFA, UEFA and the EC.
WHY IS FIFPRO GOING TO COURT?
* FIFPro argues that the current system creates a competitive imbalance as only the biggest clubs cheap bordeaux jerseys supply can afford the transfer fees for the top players.
It says it leads to commercial exploitation of the trade by agents, impedes the free movement of players, causes speculative management of clubs and creates conditions for the trafficking of cheap bordeaux jerseys free shipping minors.
* Another grievance is that even when players are not paid by their clubs, they have to wait 90 days before they can claim just cause. They could also face a lengthy procedure through FIFA's dispute resolution chamber.