Oct 21, 2009, 7:36 AM
Bellow we reproduce the full text sent to Pointsports by GFF publicity/marketing officer Bakary B. Baldeh.
The Gambia Football Federation wishes to inform all stakeholders and the general public interested in working as FIFA Intermediary that they should send their applications for registration to the General Secretary of the GFF at the Football House in Kanifing.
FIFA Regulations on Working with Intermediaries came into effect on 1 April 2015 and that it requires associations, among other things, to implement a registration system for intermediaries, requiring intermediaries to be registered by the Member Association for every individual transaction in which they are involved in (articles 3 and 4 of the intermediary Regulations)
Each Member Association is required to make publicly available on an annual basis (at the end of March of every calendar year) the names of all intermediaries they have registered.
The consolidated total figure of remuneration paid to intermediaries by all players within a member Association and separated each of its affiliated clubs must be published by each Member Association. The Report will be first published by 30th March 2016.
The FIFA Disciplinary Committee tasks FIFA TMS Integrity and Compliance with monitoring the proper implementation of the minimum standard requirement by the Associations in line with the regulations on working with Intermediaries and with providing detailed reports of the results of all the steps undertaken.
All applications must reach the GFF General Secretary on or before the 29 February 2016.
For further details on the requirements, please contact the Deputy General Secretary and Head of Competitions of the GFF at Football House in Kanifing.