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MFPA hits out at PDSC proposal on overseas players

The Malta Football Players Association has criticised the decision taken by the Premier Division Standing Committee to approve a proposal to increase the number of foreign players in the top flight to 11 from the current 7.
In a long statement, the MFPA said that if the aim of the?PDSC?proposal to kill Maltese football and with it the dreams of children in our nurseries, this is surely the way to do it.
"The approval came from the Premier League Standing Committee, not from the MFA administration. A barrage of criticism was levied towards MFA administration, but the general public should know, that the MFA administration is not the one pushing for this change.
"The Premier League Standing Committee is made up of one representative from each Premier League Club together with its president Mr Tony Bezzina, its Secretary Mr Mario Debono and its consultant Dr Chris Bonnett. Gzira, Sliema, and Pieta FC voted against. Floriana and St. Andrews did not attend.
"To go through, this proposal, will need the majority of votes from the MFA Council. The following have the right to vote:?53 votes by Clubs: Premier (14), 1st Division (14), 2nd Division (13) and 3rd Division (12).- 23 votes by...

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