The Kings Leaguewhich triumphed last season on Twitch and which this season seeks to repeat its success, has, however, begun to cause concern among clubs in the lower categories of traditional football, which are threatened by the signings of players from their squads by the teams that participate in the media competition created by Gerard Piqué and Ibai Llanos. The payment of the clause for Nadir Louah, until now a player of FE Grama, a Third Division team, has been the trigger for this discomfort.
“Transfers of footballers are taking place and may take place in the future without the federated club being able to prevent this situation, causing serious alterations in the competition itself both in the Third RFEF clubsas in the leagues strictly regulated by the Catalan Federation (FCF)”, the Grama Sports Foundation denounced this Tuesday through a statement, in which it has requested the Catalan Football Federation an extraordinary assembly to address “the interference of the Kings League in the development of the federative competitions of its territory».
Recently, the Porcinos FC of Ibai Llanos, as explained by the streamer himself, paid the Grama Sports Foundation the 10,000 euros of the clause of Nadir Louah, who had recently signed for the Catalan Third Division club after having played the Kings League last year. “I called him telling him that Porcinos was interested in his services,” said the Basque, the figure who finally convinced Louah to leave La Grama.
An operation that has caused the discomfort of the Santa Coloma de Gramanet club, which through a statement has called on the Catalan Football Federation to intervene to mitigate the setbacks that the Kings League generates in the entities belonging to the FCF.
This is the full statement of FE Grama:
This letter serves to request the convening of an extraordinary assembly of the clubs that belong to the Catalan Football Federation in relation to the interference that the Kings League is producing in the normal development of our competitions.
As you well know, this competition takes place outside the RFEF structures and, therefore, there is no regulation that limits its interference in the life of our clubs. At present, both amateur football and futsal competitions are governed by federal regulations that prevent a club from taking over the services of a player once the competition has started without prior agreement between the clubs.
Well, with the arrival of this new competition, halfway between football and entertainment, transfers of footballers are taking place and may take place in the future without the federated club being able to prevent this situation, causing serious alterations in the competition itself both in the Third RFEF clubs, as well as in the leagues strictly regulated by the Catalan Federation. In the long run this may also affect, without a doubt, both the First RFEF and the Second.
That is why we understand that it is necessary for our federation, with the intervention of the RFEF, to take urgent measures to prevent our competition from being underestimated by the arrival of this type of tournament, which has no federative regulation and which not only a disservice to amateur football, but rather they can cause historical clubs in our community to end up disappearing and, with them, all the training football work that most of the non-profit clubs of modest Catalan football do.
We ask that, during the second half of September, this extraordinary assembly can be held with the aim of building a regulatory framework that allows a peaceful coexistence between amateur football and these new competition formulas that, I insist, do not have a federative framework. .
the one of Nadir Louah It is not, however, the first signing that a Kings League club has made in the squad of modest Catalan football clubs, which last season already lost several members.
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