Spanish sensation Lamine Yamal breaks German law if he plays full-time

Spain’s national team in dilemma…”could face big penalties”

The Spanish national team is facing a “dilemma of epic proportions,” and some say it doesn’t matter.

“The Spanish national team could be breaking strict German laws in their match against Albania, which could lead to unprecedentedly large penalties,” the UK’s Sports Bible reported on Thursday.

The Spanish national team will be looking to win the European Football Association (UEFA) Euro 2024. The Spanish national team has been on a roll at the UEFA European Championships, having thrashed powerhouse Croatia 3-0 in the first leg of the group stage, and then followed that up with a 1-0 victory over defending champions Italy in the second leg on June 21.

All that remains is the third leg against Albania. Reports have surfaced that this match could be problematic. The issue is the age of Ramin “Divine” Yamal.

Yamal is a young player, born in 2007, who plays as a flanker for FC Barcelona. With solid fundamentals and mature individual skills, he torments opposing defenses with his fluid dribbling down the flanks. He also has a powerful shot and plays a big role in the team for his age.

According to reports, Germany has a law that prohibits anyone under the age of 18 from working after 8 p.m., regardless of nationality. The law is meant to protect young workers, and soccer players are no exception.

“There is an exception that allows athletes to play until 11 p.m., but that exception must include time to shower and complete media obligations,” the outlet reported, citing Germany’s Bild. If Yamal started and played the full time against Albania, showered, and gave an interview, it would be after 11 p.m. local time, which would be illegal.

As Sports Bible notes, “Yamal started both Euro games. In both games, he was subbed off early. If Spain’s qualifying game goes to overtime and Yamal is playing in the wings, he’s in a difficult position to comply with the law. If that happens, he could be sanctioned.”

“If the German authorities take action, Spain could be 안전놀이터 fined 30,000 euros ($44.7 million),” he added.

“However, there is also an opinion that this is just a ‘threat’ and is unlikely to be carried out. It would be surprising if the German authorities took action against the Spanish team, as it is not as if Yamal is being victimized without proper welfare.”

Meanwhile, Yamal is reportedly working on his schoolwork during his stay in Germany. “I don’t know how many hours I study, I have a lot of free time, so I don’t have a set time, like ‘at least two hours today!’” he said.

“If I don’t have anything to do in my room, I do a little homework on my tablet, and then when Fermin calls me to 토토사이트 추천 play games, I go downstairs with them,” he said.

“Do I take exams? No. I just look at the material I get on my tablet, print it out and do the questions. They’ll probably send me my transcript online. I don’t know how far I’ll go in the Euros, but I hope I go far. I don’t want to go back and take classes again.”

“If we make it to the finals, I’m going to go straight on vacation without going back to school,” adds Yamal.


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