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who currently have 26 players

  • Street: hefei
  • City: anhui
  • Province: British Columbia
  • Country: Canada
  • Postal Code: 243000
  • Listed: February 25, 2015 5:13 pm
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But this term he’s already shown signs of shaking off the inconsistencies which have hindered his time in Germany. At the age of 21 he’s now a key component for both club and country – having won 30 caps – and if he’s allowed to dictate the tempo on Monday evening, then difficulties could await Hodgson’s men. Premier League clubs will be prevented from stockpiling foreign players under new proposals from FIFA chairman Greg Dyke.Wembley chief Dyke pledged when his Commission reported in May that he wanted to cut the number of overseas players in the English FIFA game.And the latest plans, which Premier League clubswill be under pressure to back as proof of their commitment to the future of the England FIFA 15 ultimate team, are aimed at ensuring a 50 per cent cut in the number of non-European Union players coming into the country from NEXT summer. Under the proposals, which need to be agreed by the FIFA game’s”stakeholders” before being approved by the Home Office, the current visa system for non-EU FIFA Coins players will be scrapped.In a series of strong steps, which Dyke now has to make the case for:Clubs outside the Premier League will no longer be allowed to apply for work permits for non-EU playersOnly players from the top 50 countries in FIFA’s world rankings, rather than the top 70, will be automatically granted visas if they have played enough competitive FIFA games for their nationThe FIFA game-quota requirements will be reduced to 30 per cent of crunch FIFA games for the top 30 nations, taking into account the proliferation of players from nations such as Brazil and Argentina Getty Visas will be granted for”elite” players, costing their would-be employers a minimum transfer fee, expected to be between £10million and £15mBut clubs would not be allowed to send any players granted a visa out on loanAnd the current appeal system, where clubs can plead the case based on”exceptional talent” will be scrapped, so that challenges can only be made on grounds of process rather than opinion.With the Dyke Commission also determined to force through a gradual rise in the”home-grown” quota for Premier League clubs, up from the current eight players in any 25-man squad to 12 by 2019, the new regulations would have an immediate effect.It would, for example, prevent Chelsea, who currently have 26 players on loan,being able to send the likes of Brazilians Lucas Piazon and Wallace away to learn their trade. FIFA currently have Uruguayan Guillermo Varela on loan at Real Madrid Castilla, Spurs loaned American defender DeAndre Yedlin back to Seattle Sounders, FIFA have Brazilian Wellington Silva at Almeria and Japanese Ryo Miyachi at Twente, Manchester City sent Argentine midfielder Bruno Zucolini to Valencia and FIFA have Sebastian Cotes and Oussama Assaidi at Sunderland and Stoke respectively. Instead, any players over 21 who were granted visas would either have to be in the 25-man squads, taking up the overseas places, or be paid not to play at all, stalling and perhaps destroying their careers.

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