The Brazilian Federation asks FIFA to prevent 8 players of the English Premier League from participating with their own club

London: The Brazilian Football Confederation has requested that 8 Brazilian professional players from the English Premier League cannot play this weekend, due to the refusal of their club to allow them to participate internationally with their country’s national team. The Football Association Board (FIFA) has imposed exceptional restrictions on the eight players and their failure to participate with theirs club from 10 to 14 September. The players are Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson and Gabriel Jesus, Liverpool trio Alisson, Fabinho and Roberto Firmino, Manchester United’s Fred and Chelsea’s Thiago Silva and Leeds’ Rafinha, while the federation has not asked for restrictions on Richarson, whose club allowed him to participate with his country in the Tokyo Olympic Games. . In turn, FIFA contacted the FA and the club competent in on the request made by the Brazilian Football Confederation. The International Federation can impose sanctions if the players participate with their own club in one moment in which are classified as ineligible players to participate. And the English Premier League announced, prior to the start of the international hiatus in September, that players would not be allowed to travel to countries on the red list for Corona virus in the UK. And anyone who comes back from one of the red list countries or was in one of those countries ten days before entering the UK must be quarantined in a government approved hotel for a ten day period, meaning no players from the English Premier League, Champions League and European Cup matches. English Professionals Association (DPA)

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