Friday, November 06, 2009

FAPL Rules: New ownership and 'home grown' Premier League rules

Following a Department for Culture, Media and Sport consultation on sport's relationship with money, the Football Association Premier League (FAPL) passed new regulations governing club ownership and 'home grown' players. Daniel Geey and Joe Ward, both in the Sports Group at Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP, examine how the fit and proper persons test has been expanded and the new requirements on Directors and Owners, the sanctions available to FAPL, and the new 'home grown' players rule.

The full article appears in the November edition of World Sports Law Report here.



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