What Is the Bosman Ruling?


Bosman ruling refers to a European Court of Justice decision, concerning freedom of association, freedom of movement for workers and the effect of article 39 of the European Community Treaty. This case involved Belgian player Jean-Marc Bosman and the ruling was made in a consolidation of three separate legal cases, all involving him. EU law is of huge importance for the football industry throughout the world.
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The Bosman rule allows football players in the EU to move freely to another club at the end of their contract. Named after Jean-Marc Bosman.
The Bosman ruling ruined club football,as the richest few clubs can now poach all the best players,and get them on the cheap near to the end of their contracts with their current
1. (Soccer) soccer an EU ruling that allows out-of-contract footballers to leave their clubs without the clubs receiving a transfer fee
1 Football clubs can benefit from the Bosman ruling. In the summer of 1999, for example, Liverpool manager Gerard Houllier was said to be targeting seven new signings for the start
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