Record signing for Cardiff City, vanishes together with plane

Speedster

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Don't need to. If his plane doesn't crash he gets presented and plays the next game. This is just shenanigans from Cardiff not wanting to pay nantes what they are due.
If you've ever signed the most basic of contracts you would know there are always suspensive conditions that need to be met. Unless you've actually seen the contract it's bold to say that you know it's been fulfilled. Likely suspensive conditions in this case could include a medical assessment, obtaining a work permit etc.
 

stefan9

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If you've ever signed the most basic of contracts you would know there are always suspensive conditions that need to be met. Unless you've actually seen the contract it's bold to say that you know it's been fulfilled. Likely suspensive conditions in this case could include a medical assessment, obtaining a work permit etc.
In football contracts those would be covered by the insurance.
You are trying to equate normal business contracts with football transfers.
Unless Cardiff can prove they would have send the player back to nantes the contract will be considered valid by fifa and the courts.
 

Speedster

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In football contracts those would be covered by the insurance.
You are trying to equate normal business contracts with football transfers.
Unless Cardiff can prove they would have send the player back to nantes the contract will be considered valid by fifa and the courts.
Football transfers are business contracts.
 

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