Premier League rejects salary cap proposal
The chief executive of the Premier League, Richard Scudamore, has rejected calls from Uefa for a salary cap to be imposed on clubs, arguing that increased regulation can you wash a canada goose parka would not address inequalities at the highest level of the game. Of the proposal from the buy canada goose coat uk Uefa president, Michel Platini, to place a limit on wages, Scudamore said that authentic canada goose outlet online he could not “really ever see it happening in England”.
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The Football Association has ruled out any possibility of England meeting Scotland before 2011. Talks were held a year ago about reviving the oldest international fixture in the game but the plans were scrapped as the Scotland manager, George Burley, was reluctant to play canada goose coat $5000 no credit check signature loans the game without his Rangers and Celtic players, who were committed to tour matches can you wash a canada goose jacket in the washer elsewhere.
The Scottish Football Association is still hopeful of resurrecting the fixture but the FA has already filled England’s international dates for 2009, with matches scheduled against buy canada goose jacket toronto Slovakia, Holland and Slovenia. The early part of the 2010-11 season has also been ruled out, so it will be at least another two years before the two countries – who last met in 1999, in a European Championship qualifying play-off – meet again.
Plans to introduce a 20-minute half-time break are set to be opposed by the FA if they are raised at an International Board meeting in Belfast next week. The Fifa chief executive, Sepp Blatter, is thought to support the idea, believing it would offer television companies the chance to sell more advertising slots.
“It is very unlikely we will be supporting it,” an FA spokesman said.