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Raihan JIbon
Aug 02, 2022
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Should Local Players Show Their Value, or Should the Foreign General System Be Adjusted? When It Comes to Ball Games Returning to Ball Games and Entertainment Returning to Entertainment, Let’s Discuss the Content of the Game. According to the Current Regulations of P. League+, Each Team Can Register a Total of Three Foreign Generals. the Registration List for a Single Game Is Two People, and Seven Players Can Play in Four Quarters. the Fourth Quarter Adopts the Single Foreign General System, and Naturalized Players Are Considered for Local Players. the T1 League's Regulations on Foreign Generals Are More Complicated. Each Team Can Register Four Foreign Generals, Three Can Be Registered in a Single Game, and Two Can Play at the Same Time. in Addition, a "Third Type of Standardized Player" System Has Been Added, Including Asian Foreign Aid, Chinese Players, Foreign Students and Naturalized Players, Each Team executive list Can Register Two, One Can Log in for a Single Game, and It Is Stipulated That Each Team Can Play 10 Times in Four Quarters. There Are Restrictions on Single Foreign Generals in the Fourth Quarter. When the Difference in Strength with the Foreign Players Is Too Great, the Local Players Can Only Spar with the Ball, and the Audience Likes to Watch Exciting Games. of Course, the Foreign Players Are More Exciting, but on the Contrary, the Foreign Players Will Dominate the Whole Game, and They Will Not Work Well with the Foreign Players. Foreign Generals and Local Players Are Bound to Differentiate Their Positions and Playing Time. Taking P. League + Kaohsiung Iron Man and Taoyuan Pilot Ape as an Example, the Two Teams Used All Local Players to Win the Fubon Warriors in the Warm-Up Game, Showing That the Local Players Are Good; Although the Iron Man Signed the Nba Draft Champion Class Anthony Bennett, Plus Zhou Yixiang's Return, but the
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