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Proposition Costa Rican football law

The Costa Rican Association of Professional Players (Asojupro) and Deputy of the National Restoration Party, Fabricio Alvarado, have the aim to regulate and promote the employment relationship between the professional footballers and the employers. Therefore, they proposed a new law for footballers at the Legislative Assembly: Strengthening Football in Costa Rica through the regulation of the labour status of professional footballers. > Read more

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