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The spectacular staging of both teams before the start of the final.
This Friday, Philippe Coutinho got his status as a community player, so the problem for the whole azulgrana was solved. As if this were not enough, the Real spanish soccer federation has come to the step – perhaps a little late – and has issued a statement to explain that in the Spanish Super Cup there is no registration limit for non-community footballers because “Is not qualified as professional”.
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– RFEF (@rfef) August 11, 2018
According to this writing, it is “Of an official competition at a state level, supervised and organized by the RFEF. That is why, in accordance with the legal framework applicable to official football competitions not qualified as professionals, there is no restriction for the participation of non-community players in that competition, “the text adds.
In addition, the second additional provision of law 19/2007, of July 11, establishes that “Any obstacle or restriction must be removed that prevents or hinders participation in non-professional sports activities, such as the Supercopa de España, of foreigners who are legally in Spain “.
“Therefore, in the Final of the Supercopa of Spain, the number of non-EU participants has never been limited, with both finalist teams having full freedom to align as many as they consider appropriate,” concludes the note.