FFM has served a ban for transfers to 10 clubs

alt FFM has given a ban to 10 teams for making transfers, plus 1000 euros fine for each.

The disciplinary committee at the Football Federation of Macedonia has served a ban for making transfers to 10 clubs. Furthermore, each of the clubs is fined with 1.000 euros, meaning FFM’s budget will be filled with new 10.000 euros.

Drita and Vlaznimi from the Second league, Ohrid 2004, club that is relegated to the Third league, promoted Shkendija 79 and Skopje along with Vardar and Horizont Turnovo from the First league will not be able to make transfers in the club and out of the club in the domestic championship as well as international transfers, because of not executing previously brought decisions by the disciplinary committee.

Interesting to mention, Sloga Jugomagnat, Makedonija Gjorce Petrov and Pobeda have also been fined with the same ammount of money and the same ban for making transfers.

It is not specified how long will this ban last, but it is sure that it will bring dissatisfaction at the teams. Shkendija 79 and Skopje are coming to the First league and would have surely wanted to strengthen their squads, Vardar and Horizont Turnovo would have wanted a better position after their rather poor season in the First league. Furthermore, many players have been on the way out of the clubs looking for transfers abroad, like Dragan Georgiev from Turnovo Horizont who has been on trials with Mainz 05 from Germany.

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