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Barcelona's president Josep Maria Bartomeu gave an answer to FIFA's punishment in a news conference on Thursday.
FC Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu says the transfer ban imposed by Cheap Fifa Coins is "unjust" along with the club will appeal.
Speaking in a news conference on Thursday, Bartomeu stood firmly behind the Catalan club's coaching system that has nurtured a number of the club's biggest stars including Lionel Messi, Andreas Iniesta and Xavi Hernandez.
"The La Masia system is something to not huged. It will not be changed and we'll fight this unjust attack with a model that's been a millionaire during the last three decades," Bartomeu said.
Football's world governance announced Wednesday that they are sanctioning Barcelona for infringing transfer rules associated with players younger than 18.
Under FIFA laws, clubs will not be permitted to sign international players younger than 18 unless you is moving inside European Union, is aged between 16 and 18 and moving using parents or even the club as well as the player both live within 50 kilometers of your shared national border.
Following a study, FIFA's Disciplinary Committee figured that Barcelona had broken these rules regarding 10 young players.
Because of this, the Buy Fifa Coins may be issued which has a transfer ban at both national and international level for just two complete and consecutive transfer periods and handed a great of CHF 450,000 ($508,000).
"FIFA is punishing one way so it tried, proven and tested over the past 35 years," he added.


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