Douglas Luiz

Discussion in 'Player Performances' started by bluesingh, 29 Jul 2018.

  1. FantasyIreland

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    Mindless decision.
     
  2. OB1

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    Some scrote at Immigration blindly following rules.

    It is a joke. If Pep Guardiola deems him good enough to be in this MCFC squad, it means he is worthy of a work permit.
     
  3. Mid Wales blue

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    Could the be the reason why Zinchenko changed his mind, Ref: Wolves transfer?
     
  4. St.Pauli support

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    Yep.
    So in what way is it good for England that Luiz can't play football here?
    Is there any sense at all? Is it being mixed up with other indications?

    In Germany - what I have found out - a non-EU player only needs a temporary resedencial permit, which he gets if:

    1) he is at least 16 and will be a member of a sports club (to play competitve matches).

    2) he gets paid by that club, enough to cover his daily life.

    3) the German FA can see the qualification as a professional football player.

    That's about all.
     
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  5. waspish

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    Well they have a criteria for giving out work permits and if it’s the same for everyone you don’t get bias.
     
  6. Barcon

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    But how would that allow the F.A to inflate the price of young, English footballers?
     
  7. OB1

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    No, just incorrect decisions.
     
  8. St.Pauli support

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    I don't think the criteria for farmers or dentists are the same as for footballers.
    They just said Luiz is not qualified to be a professional footballer. Period.
    The rules in place are nonsense.

    I have watched the Bayern match. The authorities maybe didn't.
     
  9. mccity

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    Absolutely. The second they deviate from the current system, even if marginally and even if for something so seemingly obvious like this, is the second a massive grey area opens up which could cause problems further down the line.

    It's a blanket rule and to be fair they're consistent. Unless his brother signs for Celtic then they can piss off.
     
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