The Football Association today (Wednesday) wrote an official letter to FIFA’s CEO, Fatma Samora, requesting that the closing date of the transfer window, which is currently scheduled for October 12, be postponed, given the situation in Israel.
In a letter sent by the association’s director general, Ratam Kemar, it was emphasized that this was necessary in view of the closure, the inability of the clubs to land foreigners for tests and only a partial work format of the relevant government ministries.
All this, Kemer emphasized, causes sports damage to Israeli teams in relation to their counterparts in European factories, as well as inequality between the teams themselves in Israeli football, between those who have already become stronger and those who will not be allowed to do so.
The letter further claims that the association expects a similar occurrence to take place soon in other countries in view of the spread of the second wave of the corona and FIFA must find a sporting and egalitarian solution, which will be reflected in the creation of additional windows in which players can be transferred.
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