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Former club punished for being indebted to Azerbaijani team footballer

Decision was made at a meeting of Russian Football Union Chamber of Solution of Disputable Issues

Baku. 30 August. REPORT.AZ/ Russia's Mordovia FC has been denied the right of registration of new players.

Report informs, the decision was made at a meeting of Russian Football Union Chamber of Solution of Disputable Issues.

The reason is the club's debt to several players. In addition to Anton Bober, Oleg Vlasov, Marco Lomic and Dalibor Stevanovic, a new member of Azerbaijani national team Emin Mahmudov is also among them.

Moreover, Mordovia was punished, however, the amount not disclosed. If the FC fulfills its obligations to the players, the ban can be removed.

Notably, during 2015-2016, when played for Krılya Sovetov FC under contract, Emin Mahmudov was on-loan player at Mordovia. He has been playing for Portuguese Boavista since current season. On August 5, FIFA allowed Mahmudov to play for Azerbaijani national team. Now the 24-year-old half-back is at the camp of the team and is preparing for 2018 World Cup qualifying group match against San Marino on September 4. As for Mordovia, according to the previous season results, the club has left the Russian Premier League and fights at the First Division. 

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