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Big Four Claim Euro Win

Posted on: November 30, 2008

LONDON: Sports minister Gerry Sutcliffe has claimed victory in ensuring Premier League clubs’ independence from Europe after forcing French counterpart Bernard Laporte to withdraw calls for a ‘super-regulator’ of football.

The League feared the move would lead to Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool being forced to satisfy UEFA rules on debts and wages.

New Straits Times

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Big Four Claim Euro Win

Posted on: November 30, 2008

LONDON: Sports minister Gerry Sutcliffe has claimed victory in ensuring Premier League clubs’ independence from Europe after forcing French counterpart Bernard Laporte to withdraw calls for a ‘super-regulator’ of football.

The League feared the move would lead to Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool being forced to satisfy UEFA rules on debts and wages.

New Straits Times

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Big Four Claim Euro Win

Posted on: November 30, 2008

LONDON: Sports minister Gerry Sutcliffe has claimed victory in ensuring Premier League clubs’ independence from Europe after forcing French counterpart Bernard Laporte to withdraw calls for a ‘super-regulator’ of football.

The League feared the move would lead to Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool being forced to satisfy UEFA rules on debts and wages.

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