Canada fans cannot purchase national team jerseys under the name Alphonsa Davis.
A football player Bayern Monaco blocked Canadian Soccer Association National team jersey with his name on sale.
Reported by Footy HeadlinesIt’s the latest controversy involving the Canadian national team and the soccer federation, and it could be linked to a general malaise with players unhappy with some of the managerial choices implemented by the soccer association after their historic World Cup qualification.
Davis Agent Nick HughesSponsored by Sports Marketing Agency CopyrightIt has sent a communication to the federation prohibiting them from using the image of its representative without their permission.
Huse sent the same information fanaticsCanada’s largest online retailer of sporting goods, it holds the licensing rights to sell association football branded products associated with the Canadian national team. “National team players have never received royalties from jersey sales, they must”Huoseh said in an interview with TSN, “We only want what is right for them, and the Federation should do that..
No bonuses or training materials
Relations between some Canadian players and the federation have been tense for months.
Last August, House also rejected CSA’s proposal to have Davis appear in an ad GatoradeOn the basis that it will only appear in advertising for brands that have an exclusive contract with Davis.
During the World Cup qualifiers, senior footballers were asked to return their training clothes Nike So it was washed away and sent to the youth teams, which made the players unprofessional.
In June of this year, he told the players, along with the head of Canadian soccer, that they would not receive the bonus they had asked for as a reward for qualifying for Qatar 2022. Nick Pontis Alleged TV rights and corporate sponsorship deals that did not benefit the Football Association.
However, some media have revealed that 11,000 euros were spent on representative clothing for CSA Council members and that the President will use federal funds to fly business class from a vacation in Greece to attend the awards ceremony. required.
All of this adds to the disappointment of a lack of new uniform sales and official equipment not made available by technical sponsor Nike, and merchandise not available to fans at various stores, despite Canada’s first World Cup appearance since 1986. Some of that was due to Canada Calcio’s lack of vision and ambition when it accepted the Swoosh deal.
Canadian players with contracts Adidas The likes of Samuel Piatt and Donaille Henry appeared in ad campaigns for the German brand’s Canadian collection launched last week, which is not very common for a national team’s unofficial products, another sign of the rift between the players and the federation.
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