For 6+5 rule, we need more Italians.
At the beginning of each match, each club must field at least 6 players eligible to play for the national team of the country of the club. However, there is no restriction on the number of non-eligible players under contract with the club, nor on substitutes to avoid non-sportive constraints on the coaches (potentially 3+8 at the end of a match).
Calendar of 6+5
The objective is to have an incremental implementation starting at the beginning of the 2010-2011 season to give clubs time to adjust their teams over a period of several years:
4+7 for 2010-2011
5+6 for 2011-2012
6+5 for 2012-2013
Forecasting of the squad of next season and the transfers in the summer:
GK: Cesar / Toldo, Orlandoni
RB: Santon / Zanetti
CB: Lucio / Ranocchia
CB: Samuel / Caldirola
LB: Chivu / Esposito
DM: Mariga / Cambiasso
AM: Fabregas / Coutinho
AM: Sneijder / Motta, Crisetig
WG: Quaresma / Tremolada
CF: Eto'o / Destro
SS: Milito / Pandev
Out：Belec, Maicon, Cordoba, Materazzi, Stankovic, Muntari, Krhin, Balotelli, Arnautovic
In：Ranocchia, Fabregas, Coutinho; Caldirola, Esposito, Crisetig, Tremolada, Destro
Squad：25 - 9 + 8 = 24
Players eligible to play for Italy national team: 6 - 2 + 6 = 10
Last edited by BlueWhale; 26 Mar 10 at 14:27.
Originally Posted by BlueWhale
LOL you create a thread about the 6+5 rule, then post a squad with 1 Italian in the starting lineup????
Forza Inter per sempre!!!!
Jose responding after the derby:"We could only have lost by having six people on the park, as even with seven, we would have won. "
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