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In Serbia, clubs are playing without a licence …

A new indication of the dismal status of professional football in Serbia: twelve of the sixteen Super League clubs have only received temporary licences for the new championship season which kicked off on August 9th. Four of those clubs are even prohibited from registering new signings due to their outstanding debts to players and coaches. > Read more

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