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Brexit and FIFA Regulation 19 10:33 - Apr 6 with 376 viewsMoriarty

After Brexit, and the effects of Brexit on free movement, EU players under 18 won’t be able to sign for English clubs.

FIFA Regulation is there to protect players under 18. It bans international transfers of players under 18. There is presently an exemption for under 18s within the EU. That exemption ends for UK clubs after Brexit.

I presume the Premier League will look to negotiate a post Brexit exemption, especially given the finances involved and the hoarding of potential by the bigger clubs.

Would you like to see such an exemption continue after Brexit?


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Brexit and FIFA Regulation 19 on 11:43 - Apr 6 with 307 viewsfactual_blue

No. No exceptions at all. Leave means leave.

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Brexit and FIFA Regulation 19 on 11:54 - Apr 6 with 297 viewsMoriarty

Brexit and FIFA Regulation 19 on 11:43 - Apr 6 by factual_blue

No. No exceptions at all. Leave means leave.

#balls

#rulebrittania

#bluepassports


Not even for your nearest and dearest neighbour?

I’ll just hope Lambert signs Neil Farrugia before December then.

Who the f@ck is he, I hear you ask?

One worth a punt (edit he’s actually just over 18 but one I’d like to see here).
[Post edited 6 Apr 12:13]

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