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Liga MX Club Owners Vote To Establish Limit Of 10 Foreign-Born Players

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 25 / 16

Liga MX club owners voted on Monday in favor of a proposal "to limit the number of foreign-born players allowed in each matchday squad to 10," according to Tom Marshall of ESPN. The previous rule "allowed each team to field five foreigners and an unlimited number of naturalized Mexicans," but t...

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