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Super League beast isn’t dead, and ruling bodies are skating on thin ice – Sydney Morning Herald

The threat to ban players from international football helped stall the breakaway league’s momentum. But it’s unlikely such a sanction would stand up to European…

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The court decided the ICC couldnt prove any justification defence that the restraints in its rules were reasonable and proportionate.
Similar strategies were imposed in the mid-1990s during one of the first scrimmages at the start of rugby leagues own, so-called Super League war. The likes of Laurie Daley, Brad Clyde and Ricky Stuart – all Canberra players, aligned with the rebel Murdoch-backed competition – took litigious umbrage with the latent introduction of rules, obviously intended to ensure…

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