The Czech Office for the Protection of Competition will review plans to close off the country’s top hockey league, the office’s head Petr Rafaj said on Wednesday. Mr Rafaj said his office was going to probe a possible cartel by hockey clubs; most members of the Czech Professional Ice Hockey Clubs’ Association voted in December to explore the possibility of closing the extraliga off to new teams, citing economic reasons and higher quality of the competition. The plans have come under criticism from sports journalists and fans who prefer to retain the league’s current system of promotion and relegation.
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