Transfer Bans


Managers will receive transfer bans if they either cancel an accepted bid or go over the 50 man squad limit. If the bid is accepted in error and cancelled that minute then this will not incur a ban.

Sanctions
1st level offence: 1 month transfer ban
2nd level offence: 3 month transfer ban + banned from next Youth Cup
3rd level offence: 4 month transfer ban + banned from next World Club Cup Qualification
4th level offence: 6 month transfer ban + banned from next Youth Cup & World Club Cup Qualification

If a Manager doesn’t break transfer rules for 6 months after their ban finishes then they will move back up 1 level…

Managers are able to sell external while on transfer ban, but may not deal with any other managers (even by selling for cash) until they are off their transfer ban.

Current Managers under Transfer Ban

RJ Alston (Everton) – 3 months for second offence, from 17 Feb to 16 May 2019.

Jay Jones (Internazionale) – 1 month for first offence, from 19 Feb to 18 Mar 2019.

Stephen Beddows (Real Madrid) – 1 month for first offence, from 10 Mar to 9 April 2019

Managers who’ve served 1st level offence

Managers who’ve served 2nd level offence

Expired transfer bans

Walter Gogh (Marseille) (Ban till July 31st 2018)
Dale Bowers© (Olympiacos) (Ban till August 26th 2018)
Craig Braidwood (Sampdoria) (Ban until November 22nd 2018)

David Marsden (Hamburger) (passed back to level 1 24th May 2018))
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