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Western media: In addition to the European Super League, UEFA’s regulations on the number of domestic players in clubs are also illegal

Western media: In addition to the European Super League, the UEFA club’s regulations on the number of domestic players were also found to be illegal. SportsTalk reported on December 22 that according to the Spanish media relevo, the EU Court of Justice ruled on the European Super League case and also ruled that UEFA United Nations regulations on the number of domestic players in a club

SportsTalk December 22 According to the Spanish media relevo, the European Court of Justice, while ruling on the European Super League case, also ruled that UEFA’s regulations on the number of domestic players in the club are illegal.

According to UEFA’s previous regulations, all clubs under their management must have at least eight players from the team’s youth training, or (between 15-21 years old) have trained with another club in the same country for at least three years. The Court of Justice of the European Union found that this provision constituted discrimination against players from other EU countries.

After the EU Court of Justice’s judgment, UEFA needs to prove its innocence or modify relevant regulations.

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