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Enforcing the rule is a major problem that the Premier League have - Managers could quite easily say that they are resting a player due to fatigue, out of form, sore toe, felt ill overnight etc etc. Unless it is as blatant as what Blackpool/Wolves did it is difficult to prove. If they rest 1 player, presumably this is OK. What about two? What about three? Where does it cross the line?

Posted By: Claretdale

Date/Time: 17/07/2011 20:20:00


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