This article refers to the "European Courts of Justice".
It should, of course, refer to the "European Court of Justice".
"Despite regulations stating that the player must not have played first class cricket or higher in the 12 months prior to the season and that he must give up playing as a domestic player in his home country, both of these can be overlooked."
Yeah, that sounds unenforceable and would fly in the face of the Kolpak decision. There's no 12 month time limit before a restraint of trade is actionable. I take it that these are ECB 'regulations' that you refer to, that it has never taken steps to 'enforce' and not regulations empowered under statute.
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