Diskusijos apie futbolo taisykles ir teisėjavimą

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Paveizejau MOTD, ten irgi ne visi pritare, kad cia raudona.


pasakysiu ne i sitos korteles tema, bet kai MOTD Sheareris amziais nusisneka apie taisykles taisykles, tai net vimdyt jau pradejo
Labai taip. Is tos visos sutves legendu, tik jauneli Neville'a galima klausyt.
I’ve been a bluenose all my life and always will be. I’m a very proud and privileged man to be able to say that.
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Man didziausia sypsena is praejusio turo MOTD sukele Savage'o aiskinimas, kad Yacobui neturejo but rodomas straight red'as. Linekeris su Sheareriu gerai is jo issisaipe. 😂
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Edo'o Rašė:

Man didziausia sypsena is praejusio turo MOTD sukele Savage'o aiskinimas, kad Yacobui neturejo but rodomas straight red'as. Linekeris su Sheareriu gerai is jo issisaipe. 😂



Aha, Savage ten visiskai i pievas.

Anyway, MOTD man tas pats kas ziurejimas futbolo su LT komentatoriais. Jeigu atsirenki, i kuriuos ju kalbamus dalykus nereikia kreipti demesio, tai sueina viskas puikiai. Tik kad uz LT komentatorius visada galima rasti geresni varianta (klausyti anglisku komentatoriu, arba rusisku, kas supranta), o uz MOTD apzvalgai nieko geresnio nera. Grafika gera, key highlightai puikiai parodomi, tai tiesiog atsirenki i ka nekreipti demesio ir ramios bites.

MOTD kaip geras savaitinis must see serialas 😇
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Neseniai teko bendrauti su FIFA kategorijos teiseju, tai nors nieko negirdeto nepasake, bet uzakcentavo, kad kaip juo mokina, tai vaidyba skirstoma i tris kategorijas:
Vadyba.....
1) ....kai nera kontakto
2) ....kai yra minimalus kontaktas
3) ....kai atakuojantis futbolininkas iesko kontakto

Taigi visais siais trim atvejais yra vaidyba ir gali drasiai traukti geltona kortele, taciau teisejai patys taip vazias paleido, kad dabar daugelis futbolo fanu prie TV, TV "punditu" ir tu paciu zaideju aiksteje mano, kad kontaktas = prazanga (box'e PK).
Futbolas tiesiogiai priklausomas nuo kiaušinių dydžio :hibye:
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Gal ir ne i tema, tai labai nepykit. galit man kas paaiskint, kam reikalinga tokia dryzuota veja?kodel ji nera vientisa? cia tik dizaino sumetimais?
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Nuošalė lengviau matos.
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makno Rašė:

gal ir ne i tema, tai labai nepykit. galit man kas paaiskint, kam reikalinga tokia dryzuota veja?kodel ji nera vientisa? cia tik dizaino sumetimais?


Atsirado šitas dalykas tai pagrinde dizaino sumetimais, dar ir dabar toli gražu ne visuose stadionuose veja būtent juostom - būna ir apskritimais, ir kvadratais, ir rombais. Pats žymėjimas kaip toks tai gal kažkiek dar padeda namų aikštės žaidėjams orientuotis geriau, dėl to kažkas dar ir laikosi tų "nestandartų".
Bet kadangi juostos ryškiai padeda stebint nuošalę ir teisėjui fiksuot pvz. kur turi būt baudos smūgis, tai kažkiek dabar jau atsirado matyt ir praktinio sumetimo ir vis daugiau stadionų dabar jau būtent paralelinėm juostom suguldyta.
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Nelabai čia futbolo taisyklės - grečiau teisiniai futbolo kontraktų aspektai - bet šita tema arčiausiai to. /r/LiverpoolFC neblogas tekstas pasirodė apie release clauses - rekomenduoju.

What is a release clause? [1]

A release clause, is an undertaking from a club to accept an offer for the player if they receive a bid over a certain amount (potentially with additional conditions such as the club having failed to qualify for the Champions League or being relegated).

What are the different types of release clauses? What is the difference between them? [2]

There are basically two types of release clauses, automatic release clauses & 'good faith release clauses'. If a player has an automatic release clause then the parent club is obliged to sell the player if he can agree personal terms with the interested club. On the other hand if a player has a 'good faith release clause' then the parent club is only obliged to discuss the offer with the interested club & the player in good faith.

So did Luis Suarez have a 'good faith release clause'?[2]

Yes. Following is a quote by PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor taken from an article by dominic king
'There is a clause in there that if Liverpool do not qualify for the Champions League and then they receive a minimum offer of £40million, then the parties will 'agree in good faith to discuss and negotiate in good faith' and see what transpires. 'It is not a straightforwards buy-out clause and it doesn't say that is an automatic trigger for a move.'

What is a buyout clause? How is it different from a release clause? [3][4]

Although in England the terms release clause & buyout clause are used interchangeably there is a significant difference between them. Buy-out clauses are prevalent in Spain. They are a mandatory element of most Spanish contracts. The player has to literally ‘buy out’ his contract at the stipulated amount, though in practice, it is the purchasing club who pays the amount via the player. Earlier, this used to be a complicated procedure if the parent club didn't agree to a fee (where the bid is of the same amount as the buyout amount) directly with the interested club because then the interested club would have to transfer the buyout amount plus the tax (highest tax bracket is 52% for income above 330k euros/year) since the amount transferred would've been counted as income for the player. E.G. Herrera & Javi Martinez
But now that has changed because the Spanish tax administration has ruled that the payment from the club on behalf of the player is now no longer considered income but a capital gain for the player.

So can a club outside La Liga activate a player's buy out clause? [2]

Yes. This has already been done in the case of Hererra & Martinez, among others.
Are release clauses legally binding in countries other than parent club's country? ( Can Liverpool activate Keita's release clause)
According to German football expert Raphael Honigstein this is definitely the case and has called claims that only German clubs can activate this clause as nonsense.
Furthermore, Liverpool's own no.1 was bought from Mainz after triggering his release clause as per Merseyside reporter Paul Joyce. The now departed Leicester keeper Ron-Robert Zieler was also signed by the club after activating a release clause in summer 2016. Allegedly, West Ham signed Javier Hernandez in a similar manner.

[1] Paul Shapiro: Link Sport and commerical lawyer ASSOCIATE, CHARLES RUSSELL SPEECHLYS
[2] Daniel Geey: Link Partner in the Sports Group at Sheridans
[3] Jorge Pecourt: Link Head of sports at Spanish law firm Cuatrecasas, Gonçalves Pereira
[4] P&C: Link pdf in spanish Spanish Legal Firm
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Nuo šiandien Anglijoje PK po rungtynių bus mušami AB-BA-AB-BA.
Torture never stops
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