translated from Spanish: Spanish League resorted to CAS for loan of South American players for the qualifiers

The president of LaLiga, Javier Tebas, has gone to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), the highest instance of sports justice worldwide, to “defend the rights of LaLiga and its clubs against the unilateral decisions of FIFA”, in relation to the transfer of players to South American teams for the next window of international matches. ” We have gone to the CAS (hopefully this time real independent referees) to defend the rights of LaLiga and its clubs against fifa’s unilateral decisions. UEFA and Concacaf have the players 10 days, but Conmebol 11, why? That’s how they’re destroying us,” Thebes announced on social media. On Thursday, LaLiga and the Spanish clubs affected by the international call of CONMEBOL agreed to take precautionary judicial actions and make it impossible for their players to attend the call of their teams until the conflict caused by the long duration of the break is resolved. The Spanish competition argues that in other confederations, such as UEFA or Concacaf, the period was not extended by two days, despite playing the same number of national team matches (3), making these confederations the effort to adapt to a maximum of 10 days for the dispute of those three international matches, without thus affecting the national leagues.

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