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Chelsea to appeal transfer ban

LONDON, September 3 – Chelsea said Thursday they would "mount the strongest appeal possible" against FIFA's decision to ban them from making any signings during the next two transfer windows.
CARLO_ANCELOTTI_"The sanctions are without precedent to this level and totally disproportionate to the alleged offence and the financial penalty imposed," the club said in a statement.

Chelsea said it could not comment further until it had received a written explanation of the FIFA ruling over the club’s alleged ‘tapping up’ of French youngster Gael Kakuta when he was still playing for Lens.

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