UFA is currently among the most popular cities in Russia, capital of Bashkortostan oblast. It is amongst the most industrialized, financial, cultural, sporting, and religious centers of this country, an Important transportation hub, situated around 1,350 kilometers south of Moscow. Many tourists from all over the world travel to UFA to enjoy the rich Russian Culture and to witness its rich UFA stock market. The city is very popular for football matches between the local teams. Many major European football clubs are also based in UFA.
In UFA a player becomes registered after playing in one professional game and after the completion of his contract with the club becomes eligible to play for another club for another contract period. During this period of contract a player receives wages according to the salary table published by the league, while the players’ transfer fees remain the same. The players’ transfer fee is different in each league as different leagues have different rules for calculating it. Once a player reaches the age of 25 and plays for the first time in his professional career he becomes eligible for transfer to another club. However, in order to facilitate this process the player has to sign a one year contract with his new club, which is generally a part of a national league or a regional league of the countries he plays for. A player also has the right to choose whether he wants to extend his contract during his contract or whether he wants to quit the club.
An RFA contract is different from a full RFA contract in a number of ways. First of all an RFA is valid only for the current season, whereas the full RFA contract remains valid throughout a player’s entire career. The second thing is that an RFA agreement has a shorter duration, say for three months. So a player does not have to worry about signing another contract during the off-season. This means that RFA players do not have to worry about signing extended contracts after they have already spent a few months in training with their new team. The third important difference between a RFA contract and an RFA transfer is that under the terms of an RFA contract a player is not allowed to sign a new contract during his playing career, whereas under an RFA transfer a player is free to sign a new deal after his playing career has come to an end.
In case of a two-year contract with a player has the option to sign a four-year extension if he wishes. If he decides to sign a four-year extension he would receive a pay increase of approximately twelve percent per annum above his current pay rate. He would also have the option to sign a one-year extension. The player would however have to wait for a year before he is eligible for a further pay rise.
As we can see from the above contract the IRBS pays the player every year throughout his playing career; this contract period is termed the IRBSL. During his playing career the player is entitled to receive a pay increase of approximately twelve percent per annum above his current pay rate. Also, if he decides to sign a new four-year contract he would receive a further pay rise of approximately twelve percent per annum. Finally, if he were to sign a one-year extension then he would receive a further pay rise of eight percent per annum above his existing pay rate. However, the player is not entitled to receive any additional pay rises if he were to sign an initial deal as an IRBS qualified player during the IRBSL.
It should be noted that with all the benefits of an IRBS contract the actual amount of money paid out depends highly on the player’s performance. For example, if the player starts out with a lower salary and increases his performance then the pay out will be higher. Similarly, a player with a very high transfer fee but a low overall performance may not get a pay rise that much. Overall it makes sense for a player to sign an agreement that provides him with the maximum benefits but also ensures that he makes enough money from his football career so he feels secure in his future.