Wolves were fined PS25,000 when McCarthy made 10 changes to his team for a game against Manchester United in 2009 and lost 3-0 - something which the Premier League board saw fit to punish.
What does PLB stand for?
PLB stands for Premier League Board (Ghana)
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We have 63 other meanings of PLB in our Acronym Attic
- Payload Bay
- Personal Locator Beacon (see SARBE)
- Phospholamban (cardiac calcium regulation)
- Pipe Lay Barge
- Planning and Landing Bureau (Hong Kong)
- Planning and Lands Bureau (Hong Kong)
- Plattsburgh, NY, USA (Airport Code)
- Polabian (linguistics)
- Posterior Lateral Branch (cardiology)
- Power Line Broadband (FCC)
- Privacy and Legislation Branch (Office of the Government Chief Information Officer; Canada)
- Private Label Branch
- Processor Local Bus (high-performance, on-chip bus)
- Productivity Linked Bonus
- Professional Licensing Board (various locations)
- Programmable Logic Block (basic blocks of a field programmable gate array)
- Provider Level Adjustment (insurance)
- Pulse Length Limiting & Blanking
- Purchase and Leaseback (transaction)
- Pursed Lip Breathing
Samples in periodicals archive:
Llambias reckons the August 31 cut-off distracts managers and players, favouring the biggest clubs - and he will start a debate at the Premier League board meeting in February.
The Premier League said in a statement: "The Premier League board is currently considering an application from Stoke City to register a player and, subsequently, their squad list will be confirmed at a later date.
The Premier League Board meeting that convened last week to consider the administration of Portsmouth FC dealt with a number of matters beyond just the application of the sporting sanction (deduction of nine points)," a statement said.
On the pitch, those players at least proved if they are going to be relegated this season given the nine-point deduction as punishment, but which has yet to be ratified by the Premier League board, then they will go down fighting.
A Premier League statement read: "The Premier League board can confirm they have been actively considering a request from Portsmouth to transfer players outside of the Transfer Window.
Proposed new loan deals such as O'Hara's have to be signed off by the Premier League board and they have not done so yet.