Tottenham Seeks FIFA Clarification on Fabio Paratici’s Worldwide Ban from Football
Tottenham Hotspur is grappling with the decision of FIFA to extend the worldwide ban from football initially imposed on Managing Director of Football Fabio Paratici. The January ban from Italian football was linked to allegations of financial malpractice at Juventus.
Spurs have been caught off guard by the sudden announcement and stated that they were not given an advance notice by FIFA. The club is now seeking clarification on the extension and its deviation from FIGC sanction.
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