Tottenham confirm Fabio Paratici to take 'leave of absence' following FIFA ban

Tottenham Hotspur have actually revealed handling director of football Fabio Paratici will take a ‘leave of lack’ following FIFA’s choice to prohibit him from world football for 30 months.

Paratici was at first handed such a restriction by the Italian FA (FIGC) following his function in Juventus’ monetary mismanagement throughout his spell as sporting director in Turin.

This restriction was made worldwide by FIFA on Wednesday night, however Spurs at first mentioned their anger at such a charge on brief notification. Tottenham’s declaration concerned the surprise of the football world, especially as Juventus’ whole board resigned when accusations initially emerged back in November 2022.

But Tottenham have actually now concurred with Paratici that he will go back from his responsibilities up until the he finds out the result of his appeal, which is arranged for April 19.


In a brand-new declaration, Spurs stated: “This week – 29 March 2023 – the FIFA Disciplinary Committee announced a decision to extend the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) sanctions, relating to Fabio Paratici, worldwide. This decision was taken in advance of Fabio Paratici’s Appeal hearing against the FIGC sanctions on 19 April 2023, the result of which would then have been considered by additional stakeholders, including the Club.

“Given FIFA’s unanticipated ruling the sanctions might now have multi-jurisdictional impact, although they are still associated with the FIGC Appeal.

“In view of FIFA’s decision, Fabio has agreed with the Club that he will take an immediate leave of absence pending the outcome of his Appeal.”


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