The Czech Football Association is preparing the ground for a so-called revolution-slash-evolution in online documentation. Specifically, as of July 1st, 2015, all relevant match documentation will have to be online, according to news site iDnes. The move includes player registration and all match notes as well as trades and loans of players, in all leagues, from the highest to local organisations. The head of the FA Rudolf Řepka suggested the project was the one of the most important undertaken by football’s governing body in years.
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