From what I remember players who don't have work permits can't even play in friendlies. Best thing to do is to make sure he spends as little time as possible at your club (loan him back out as soon as he returns).I am thinking of signing a young player and scouts say he will probably not qualify for a work permit. Will he still be able to play for the reserves' games?
He's 16 so I may play him there and then loan him to a country where he could play first team football.
Posted in the wrong thread ?I seem to be finding this tactic a little hit and miss. I've followed it completely and brought in a few quicker defenders but it just sometimes doesn't want to work. I don't know if it's because I'm a pretty poor team (Barnsley), if I'm using it too often or if something is wrong.
My main striker will sometimes go and score 3 or more but if he doesn't then I generally lose or struggle to win. My defence almost seems too open and the possession I get I'd usually pretty poor.
I'm not sure what I should do seeing as there are so many people saying good things about this tactic, any advice?