In the third league, Zapa and other leading four teams, Ivanish, Prevysov, Radotin and Jirni, contravene rules. They do not have the required number of youth teams. Sport reported. The Football Association will consider the case within two weeks at the Executive Committee meeting.
Apart from five ČFL clubs, Sokol Čížová has a similar problem. "Yes, we agree to exclude them from competition, but we do not do that, because we will eliminate competition," said Farr's vice president, Roman Berman.
According to the rules, ČFL clubs should have a youth team of the 1st category B class. If they do not respond to this situation, at least if there is a minimum number of youth squads, they may need to pay 50 000 kroons for a missing team. While the club can not fulfill the minimum number of teens, gambling is not allowed, but the Bohemian Governing Body has allowed all perpetrators to start.
Bert believes the current system is bad because the adult league begins two months before the start of the competition. As a result, in particular, small towns do not meet the needs of young people.
They know, but they believe that quotas are not enough to satisfy the number of children. If the club moves to the second league, it needs six young teams. However, professional competitions allow teams to purchase a youth team from another club.
The situation is discussed by the FAGR Executive Committee on 4 December, as one of the clubs responsible for the situation can be a major problem if it decides to take action seriously. According to Bernbra, clubs should be able to pay for all the situations, but in a great deal.
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