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A-League To Adopt 4+1 Quota Rule To Move In Line With Top AFC Competitions

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 01 / 17 / 17

Football Federation Australia confirmed that Asian players will be a "compulsory feature of the A-League's foreign contingent" from '18-19, according to the AAP. FFA CEO David Gallop has "flagged a significant change to the make-up of imports in Australia's top tier," announcing FFA will introd...

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