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Goias banned from registering new athletes for six months due to debts arising from Michael's sale |  Goiás

Goias banned from registering new athletes for six months due to debts arising from Michael’s sale | Goiás

Goiás is banned from registering players for six months due to a debt of R$719,698.32 with Goianésia. The penalty was set last Friday by the CBF’s National Chamber for Dispute Resolution (CNRD).

Until the publication of this report, the legal department of Goiás had not taken note of the decision.

The debt points to the sale of striker Michael de Goiás to Flamengo in early 2020. To mark the move, Goianésia sold 5% of the economic rights it still held to Goiás and received €500,000 in three installments.

According to Marco Antonio Maia, President of Goianésia, Esmeraldino moved the first two, but not the third, which was to expire in February 2021.

The problem ended up in the National Dispute Resolution Chamber (CNRD), and according to Goianésia, Goiás pledged to pay R$719,698.32 by September 20, but did not do so.

Goias is banned from registering players for six months – Photo: Disclosure / Football Association

Goias is banned from registering players for six months – Photo: Disclosure / Football Association

With the CBC holiday, all deadlines for parties to implement procedural measures between December 21, 2021 and January 9, 2022, as reported by the National Commission for the Restoration of Human Rights, have been suspended, in addition, the suspension of deadlines “does not affect the receipt and analysis of emergency measures from Before the presidency of the National Council for Democracy and Development.

As of Monday, CBF will open the shift To record club reinforcements during the break. The national football organization stopped its activities between Monday (20) and January 2 (Sunday), but it will operate under an exceptional system.

Brazilian clubs will have two small windows to register new athletes – as well as coaches – between December 20 and 23 and after December 27-30. Always in the afternoon, from 2 pm to 5 pm. During this period, the daily newsletter will be fed by CBF.

If Goiás can’t resolve this issue by December 30, Esmeraldian will only be able to register players from January 19 onwards, even if it has entered into an agreement with Goianésia. If the debt is not paid, Goiás won’t be able to score players until six months from now.

Michael was sold by Goiás to Flamengo in early 2020 – Photo: Rosiron Rodrigues / Goiás EC

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