Premier League tightens ownership rules to stop human rights abusers running a clubon March 30, 2023 at 5:26 pm

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The Premier League tightens its ownership rules to ensure anyone found to have committed human rights abuses cannot run a club.The Premier League tightens its ownership rules to ensure anyone found to have committed human rights abuses cannot run a club.

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