Celtic benefit again from UEFA ruling on player ineligibility
Published 09 August 2014 By: Adam Lovatt
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- Tags: Champions League | Europe | Football | Scotland | UEFA | UEFA Champions League | UEFA Disciplinary Regulations
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Adam is a lawyer specialising in sports law with IMG. Adam has a wide range of commercial and litigation experience from his four years as a qualified solicitor. Adam has a passion for sports law and is currently undertaking a IP Law Masters programme with the University of London. He is passionate about most sports particularly football, golf and tennis.