Sounds like it goes against all sorts of employment laws so it will only take one club to take it a step further and it will come all crashing down.
Who's the daddy?http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/europe/4234761.stm
Arsenal vice-chairman David Dein says Uefa's new ruling on homegrown players could be challenged legally.
Uefa has told clubs they must have four homegrown players in their squad by 2006 to enter European competitions.
But Dein fears the quality of the Premiership will suffer under the new ruling and also believes it "restricts the free movement of workers".
He told BBC Radio Five Live: "It's misguided and it will almost certainly now be challenged."
At a January meeting, Dein said the Premier League had unanimously opposed the Uefa ruling.
"Few Premier League squads would meet Uefa's current proposals and we think the quality of our league would suffer," he said.
"We probably have the most successful league in the world and we tamper with it at our peril.
"Although it has been proposed for Uefa competitions, there is a danger it could eventually be introduced to to all levels.
"We don't think they can do that."
Arsenal are one of five clubs from last season's Champions League who would not have had enough homegrown players in their squad under the new ruling.
The others are Chelsea, Celtic, Rangers and Ajax
Me and Davey Dean that's who!