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New York Times Article on Legiagate


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UEFA, however, could surely ask where justice and duty begin. If the official who spotted Legia’s administrative error was so beady-eyed after the contest in Scotland, did no UEFA delegate spot that Bereszynski’s name was on the team sheet handed in an hour the game?

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UEFA, however, could surely ask where justice and duty begin. If the official who spotted Legia’s administrative error was so beady-eyed after the contest in Scotland, did no UEFA delegate spot that Bereszynski’s name was on the team sheet handed in an hour the game?

Exactly.

It is just me? I would argue they knew full well when they received the team sheet that he was ineligible. I can picture that particular delegate creaming himself when the substitution was made...perhaps I'm becoming a little paranoid.

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UEFA, however, could surely ask where justice and duty begin. If the official who spotted Legia’s administrative error was so beady-eyed after the contest in Scotland, did no UEFA delegate spot that Bereszynski’s name was on the team sheet handed in an hour the game?

Exactly.

This is what Legia should be investigating big time.

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