Unemployment maxiaerpaye was kicked out of the Premier League crash?

Unemployment maxiaerpaye was kicked out of the Premier League crash?

United Kingdom published the “exit” the final results of the referendum: the United Kingdom outside the EU. That means United Kingdom total EU fold-out, future in terms of political, economic, cultural and other aspects, will have a profound impact. Of course, from the football field, and the United Kingdom out of the EU, magnitude is another blow for the Premier League, the future include France, and Spain and Italy, the nationality of the player, to join the Premier League, must first apply for a work permit.

According to a BBC survey, United Kingdom the “exit”, throughout the United Kingdom in the Football League, there will be more than 400 players facing “unemployment”, they probably will not be able to reapply for a work permit to stay in those leagues, and from the other side of the sound, which is conducive to United Kingdom local talent to emerge.

“United Kingdom European football industry will face removal effects far greater than imagined, this mean that half of the players of the Premier League as a whole, will reapply for a work permit. “A football agent Rachel Anderson said. “In the short term, this influence is enormous, for the long-term, for Club training to their own youth elite merits, this is a controversial topic. ”

BBC statistics, two top leagues in England and Scotland Premier League and Scottish Premier League, there are 332 players will face a re-apply for a work permit problems, while the Premier League is a total of 122 players are from the United Kingdom outside the European Union. BBC two representatives referred in particular to France in shine on this year’s European Cup players-Kantor says payer, and Marchal, Schneiderling, cabaye etc France General, they have yet to reach the required national team appearances, cannot apply for a work permit.

Unemployment maxiaerpaye was kicked out of the Premier League crash

Unemployment maxiaerpaye was kicked out of the Premier League crash

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