FAO Bolton Chairman Phil Gartside
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Bolton Chairman Phil Gartside needs to wake up and smell the coffee if he really thinks the Premier League should cap player's wages or abandon relegation.
Phil Gartside feels the joint move would make the top flight more competitive but also safeguard clubs who may be tempted to overstretch themselves financially in a bid to avoid the dreaded drop.
Mark Hughes spoke out earlier today and pooh-poohed the idea...
I don't think it [the salary cap] will happen - I think it would be against European rules.'
'There are a lot of discussions that go on at Premier League chairmen level; but how realistic they really are I don't know.'
'With regard to stopping relegation; I think he [Gartside] is just trying to protect his club's position. I don't think that is going to happen either.'
He joined the board of Bolton Wanderers Football Club in April 1989, having been a fan of the club since his days as a pupil at Leigh Grammar School. He became chairman of Bolton in October 1999.
He is a Football Association Board Member and an executive director of the new Wembley Stadium.
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