To see this consider the players choosen in turn, the first can be any of the 22, the second any of the remaininr 21, and so on.

So the number of ways the team can be choosen in sequence is:

but this overcounts the number or ways as every permutation of every

team of 9 appears in this process, so we have to divide by the number

of permutations of a team of 9 players (which is ), which gives the result.

RonL