FIFA officially lifts ban on English Premier League clubs using Brazilian stars for 5 days

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After going through long negotiations, FIFA finally lifted the ban on playing for Brazilian players in English Premier League clubs.

SUPERBALL.ID – After going through a long negotiation, FIFA finally lifted the ban on playing for the players Brazil in the club Premier League.

Previously, as many as 9 national team players Brazil not released by the club Premier League for the World Cup Qualifiers.

Most of them are in the four giant English clubs, namely Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City, and Chelsea.

The nine players are Alisson, Fabinho and Roberto Firmino from Liverpool, Ederson and Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City), Thiago Silva (Chelsea), Fred (Manchester United), Raphinha (Leeds), serta Richarlison (Everton).

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It also made the Brazilian Football Federation (CBF) angry and asked FIFA to give a penalty.

The CBF has sent a written request to FIFA to activate the no-play clause for players who refuse to join the national team.

According to Article 5 of the FIFA Disciplinary Rules, players must join when called up to the national team on official match days or called FIFA Day.

Those who refuse without any reason will be banned from their club competitions for five days.

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