U.S. Soccer presents youth clubs with buy fifa coins vital document; more meeting details
Youth club representatives left a meeting with U.S. Soccer on Friday feeling optimistic about their ability to procure at least some fees for their efforts in player development. The federation finally revealed the document that it says prevents American clubs from following the same FIFA protocol on training compensation and solidarity as the rest of the world, but the USSF said it would not stand in the way of youth clubs receiving those payments for players moving abroad.
Training compensation and solidarity are spelled out in Articles 20 and 21 of the FIFA Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players. Training compensation is designed to reimburse clubs for the expense of training players who go on to be professionals, while solidarity rewards the effort and incentivizes further development.
http://www.fifachampion.com However, Major League Soccer has never paid training fees or solidarity, either for American players or those signing from clubs abroad. The league would not budge on the matter during Friday’s meeting, either.
Attendees at the meeting included U.S. Soccer secretary general Dan Flynn, federation lawyer Lisa Levine, MLS president Mark Abbott, MLS Players Union representative Todd Dunivant, NASL president Bill Peterson and NASL director of business development and legal affairs Rishi Sehgal, as well as multiple representatives from American youth clubs and the U.S. Soccer Development Academy. U.S. Soccer president and FIFA Executive Committee member Sunil Gulati was absent, despite previous indications that he would attend.
“We had a productive meeting and are committed to continuing the discussion,” U.S. Soccer told SI.com through a spokesman. The federation declined to comment on any specifics of the meeting. An MLS spokesman confirmed the league’s attendance at Friday’s meeting but also declined to provide any further details.
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