The European Convention on Human Rights prohibits slavery and forced labour1. This prohibition was unsuccessfully relied on in a Dutch case concerning the transfer system in football, where the claim was dismissed as manifestly ill-founded on the basis that the player's contract with his club, which denied him the right to play for another club during its subsistence, was not 'oppressive'
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