FIFA has acknowledged that where football matches cannot take place, players and coaches cannot work and clubs cannot work. In this regard, many agreements can be thwarted. Only in the case of international agreements (and in addition to those mentioned above): a club`s ability to protect its interests from the outset by introducing performance-based remuneration in player contract negotiations is an essential motivation. Secondly, the potential of clubs, the motivation and incentives of players, by offering them the opportunity to essentially take control of their revenues, can in turn improve the culture and atmosphere within a team environment; this can have a positive impact on individual and team performance and ultimately achieve results. Third, the increasing sophistication of club performance analysis methods and the growth of data analysis in football in general have made it easier, easier and more accurate for clubs to measure and analyze player performance and margins of improvement. This facilitated the transition to performance-based wage structures and helped clubs implement recruitment strategies and assess transfer targets. In a recently closed case involving an FA Premier League football club, it was found that an oral offer of a contract was not a legally binding contract. In other words, FIFA proposes that the status quo remain unchanged until the end of the 2019/20 football season; Clubs retain the same playing frameworks, coached by the same management team and backroom staff, and transfers do not take place until after the end of the season. Section 18 of the RSTP is particularly affected. Art.
18 (2) RSTP currently provides that the minimum term of a contract is from its entry into force until the end of the season and that the maximum term of the contract may be five years. In addition, Article 18, paragraph 3 of the RSTP provides that professionals can only enter into a contract with another association if their existing contract has expired or expires within 6 months. All MSD managers are required to sign a confidentiality agreement that states that they treat all data obtained in a strictly confidential manner on the basis of their access to ITMS and that they take all reasonable steps and exercise the utmost diligence to ensure absolute confidentiality at all times. Member associations and associations must select, order and control their authorized users with the utmost care. In the event of a breach of confidentiality, the clubs (and the association) and the person mandated as the manager of TMS are responsible.