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Excellent news - now to start the 'We will sign Agureo in the summer' thread.

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I think this is a good thing for the team for the rest of this season,

Players will realise they are replaceable and that can only work in our favour.

The Club played this one well I think.

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Great news! Well done to the lawyers. After a rotten week wth all the JT news this is just what we needed to raise the morale ahead of the Arsenal game :laugh2:.

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so as pretty much anyone with a modicum of intelligence knew, he never had a legal contract with Lens. Quelle Surprise....

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Roman better get some overtime in at the office...his chequebooks coming out!!! :laugh2:

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Chelsea Football Club has been cleared of any wrongdoing regarding the transfer of Gael Kakuta and has had all sanctions lifted.

Today's announcement from the Court of Arbitration for Sport can be read below.

Chairman of Chelsea FC Bruce Buck said: 'We are pleased to have come to an amicable resolution of the matter and that it has been ratified by CAS and recognised by FIFA.

'It was always our intention to work together with Lens to reach this end, and both clubs have strengthened their relationship as a result of resolving this case to everyone's satisfaction.

'In an act of good faith and with a view to the possibility of future collaboration with Lens, and without recognising any liability, Chelsea has agreed to pay compensation costs for the training given to the player while at Lens, as mandated by FIFA in its original ruling.'

Chelsea FC chief executive Ron Gourlay added: 'Naturally, we are pleased Chelsea has been cleared of any wrongdoing and that the matter is now closed.'

The Court of Arbitration for Sport statement reads:

Lausanne, 4 February 2010 - The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has issued an award today ratifying the agreement reached by Chelsea FC, Racing Club de Lens and the French football player Gaël Kakuta, putting an end to this arbitration procedure which also involved FIFA.

The CAS has noted that, in the agreement, the two clubs and the player have recognised that the contract between the player and RC Lens was not valid. Accordingly, the player could not have terminated it prematurely and without just cause and FC Chelsea cannot therefore be liable for inducing a breach of contract. As a consequence, in light of these new circumstances, the sanctions imposed upon Chelsea FC and the player by the FIFA Dispute Resolution Chamber had to be lifted.

In accordance with the parties' request, the entire proceedings, including the arbitral award and the agreement shall remain confidential and the CAS will not comment on this matter any further.

On 25 September 2009, the FIFA Dispute Resolution Chamber imposed, inter alia, a restriction of four months' ineligibility on Mr Gaël Kakuta, and Chelsea FC was banned from registering any new players, either nationally or internationally, for the two complete, consecutive registration periods following the FIFA decision. The sanctions were stayed by the CAS until the award was issued.

so after all that we have ended up paying pretty much exactly what we offered originally. lovely.

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Can we sue for being pressured into giving Kalou a new contract?

we`ll take em to the fackin cleaner for that.

the official statement from CAS.

The Court of Arbitration for Sport statement reads:

Lausanne, 4 February 2010 - The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has issued an award today ratifying the agreement reached by Chelsea FC, Racing Club de Lens and the French football player Gaël Kakuta, putting an end to this arbitration procedure which also involved FIFA. The CAS has noted that, in the agreement, the two clubs and the player have recognised that the contract between the player and RC Lens was not valid. Accordingly, the player could not have terminated it prematurely and without just cause and FC Chelsea cannot therefore be liable for inducing a breach of contract. As a consequence, in light of these new circumstances, the sanctions imposed upon Chelsea FC and the player by the FIFA Dispute Resolution Chamber had to be lifted.

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So how long do we need to wait for an apology from FIFA.

I say we sue FIFA for defamation of character.

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So how long do we need to wait for an apology from FIFA.

I say we sue FIFA for defamation of character.

and platini, and the other muppet.

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Just seen this on sky sports.com ... omg am absolutley f******g buzzing :laugh2::laugh2: the best news ever, it really is ... cfc all the way :JC_doubleup:

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So how long do we need to wait for an apology from FIFA.

I say we sue FIFA for defamation of character.

:laugh2:

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This means valim is going to have to come up with a new line in complaints!

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This means valim is going to have to come up with a new line in complaints!

theres always a down side isnt there.

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Thank god for that. Lets just hope that Roman is willing to splash some cash in the summer.

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Huzzah, great news. I wonder how the red tops will put a negative spin on this.

i can tell you what exactly they will do. they will ignore that CAS are completely autonomous and blame FIFA for bottling it. they will then say its a disgrace that we paid Lens off, forgetting they fact that as CAS decided the contract Lens held was worttless we could easily have told Lens to shove it.

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My guess is the red tops will report it like this

'TERRY GETS MERRY WITH BIRD IN DERRY'

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i can tell you what exactly they will do. they will ignore that CAS are completely autonomous and blame FIFA for bottling it. they will then say its a disgrace that we paid Lens off, forgetting they fact that as CAS decided the contract Lens held was worttless we could easily have told Lens to shove it.

As soon as i told my spuds mate the news his first reaction was "they paid lens off then"

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Brilliant news. FIFA is shown up for being a scandalous organisation that has zero idea how to conduct an investigation. We have been pilloried throughout world football for something we didn't do.

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