Publication
Title
Youth development and training after the Bosman Verdict (1995) and the Bernard Case (2010) of the European Court of Justice
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Abstract
In this paper we propose a way out of the problem, created by the Bosman verdict, and the more recent Bernard case, of the European Court of Justice, which found itself caught between the European competition laws, on the one hand, and the need to develop and train young talent, on the other hand. The creation of a youth training fund, compensating clubs for their training costs in any case, that is: if the player moves to another team or stays with his training team. KEYWORDS: Youth training costs; training compensation; competition laws; European Court; Bosman verdict; Bernard case; Youth Fund; free player mobility
Language
English
Source (journal)
European sport management quarterly. - Aachen
Publication
Aachen : 2011
ISSN
1618-4742 [print]
1746-031X [online]
Volume/pages
11:5(2011), p. 547-553
ISI
000299260100005
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UAntwerpen
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Creation 30.11.2011
Last edited 12.08.2017
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