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Default Uefa home-grown rule 'risks discrimination'

Uefa home-grown rule 'risks discrimination'
Sunday Telegraph 16/06/2007


Plans to force clubs playing in Europe to field more home-grown players could be scrapped after objections from the European Commission.

Next season, six players in every Champions League and UEFA Cup squad of 25 must have been 'locally trained' in an to cut down on foreign imports. UEFA want to increase that to eight in 2008 but a leaked document from Brussels says the rule might not be compatible with EU law.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/mai.../sfnbrf117.xml
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