A Blue Day at The Bridge as chelsea suffer a transfer embargo

antony sansomCorrespondent ISeptember 3, 2009

LIVERPOOL, UNITED KINGDOM - FEBRUARY 5: Chelsea's Gael Kakuta during the FA Youth Cup match between Liverpool Youth and Chelsea Youth at Anfield Stadium on February 5, 2009 in Liverpool, England. (Photo by Getty Images)

Chelsea Football Club have been found guilty by FIFA of inducing Gael Kakuta from Racing Club Lend in 1997 and have been banned from registering any new players for the next 2 transfer Windows. This would mean Chelsea would not be able to sign any new players until January 2011. The other concern for Chelsea is the upcoming African Nations cup when they will lose some of there key players such as Dider Drogba and Michael Essien at a crucial time of the season. Kakuta and Chelsea has been ordered to play Lens £682.00 in compensation and Kakuta given a four month ban while Chelsea has been ordered to pay a further 113,500 in training costs. Chelsea are expected to appeal the decision.

Kakuta Profile

Born in Lille, France 1991

A left footed Attacking midfielder/winger

Yet to make a Senior appearance for Chelsea

Voted Academy player of the year in the 2007/2008 Season

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