FIFA are developing continuing career development training

Date Posted: 12-01-2022 08:31 AM    Location: asfsdd, Johor    Posted by: MMOruki    Views: 28 times
In order to solve the issue, Fifa, the world's largest body made the decision to change their method
and in 2015 , the agent licensing system and agents were not in place any more.Instead, Fifa opted for some minimum standards allowing for new, unqualified intermediates to be allowed to enter the transfers market.Some aspects of new rules FIFA is said to begin implementing in the coming year are the return of FIFA agents exam including criminal records check as well as an annual fees.

Agent and clubs will also be required to submit representation contracts into the transfer matching system (TMS), with FIFA to then issue an agent license to conduct business on a worldwide basis, and annual CPD delivered by National Football Associations.According to Kieran Brown of Sprint MG, which represents the likes of Orlando Pirates duo Collins Makgaka and Wayde Jooste, the new regulations will be good for the industry.

"These modifications will be confirmed by FIFA in January 2022 . These changes will enter into effect in June 2022, ready to go into the next summer transfer] timeframe. "FIFA is reverting back to a similar model that was in use prior to deregulation April 2015. We believe that this means that every agent that is registered following this date will be required to go through an entrance examination to acquire their FIFA license that allows the agent to operate globally.

"FIFA are also developing continuing career development training that agents are required to take part in, and a limit on commission has been suggested, which has caused some tensions between agents and FIFA. "My perception is that proposed commission figures could change. I believe this is an excellent thing for the industry. After the deregulation, FIFA has lost its grip and it has created a pathway to uninitiated people entering the business to earn some quick cash, but not knowing what is happening in the industry and is a risky combination.

"Hopefully this change will to improve the quality of service, but they will only be effective if players, clubs, officials of clubs and licensed agents do their due diligence prior to working with specific agents to ensure they're licensed. "

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