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Brabners scores £30m West Ham appeal role

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  • Brabners

    Please get your facts right, Carlos Tevez was never ineligible to play for West Ham United. He was at all times registered with the Premier League. Typical of all the press printing what you like instead of the truth.

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  • Brabners

    The compensation claim was imposed because West Ham admitted breaking two FAPL rules:

    One prohibited third-party player ownership; the other breach was viewed as more serious and required West Ham did not conduct all it's transactions 'in utmost good faith'. West Ham were found guilty of 'an obvious and deliberate deception'.


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