Work Permit!!??

oneill999

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OK, i downloaded genie scout to see what it was like i was shocked to see a player of just 16 with potential ability of 199! he is an African player who i immediately bid it for. the offer was accepted as was the contract , the first work permit failed so i appealed to which it once more failed i continued to try and get him with no luck.
does anyone know how i can get past this?
thanks
 

KleinS04

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Get a feeder club so that you can send the player on loan there until he receives the work permit.
 

KleinS04

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I'd say three weeks at most, that's the usual way for the board to find a club. Also, once the board gives you the choice to pick one (if they find one) then choose the club with the best training facilities with good ambition.
 

Sheep_8

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depends on the country the team is in, i think Belguim has the quickest to gain nationality.
 

Tharros

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Yes it takes 3 years to gain nationality in Belgium. So try to get a feeder club there and loan him out for a few seasons.
 

mainomano

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Any tips for similar situations with lower league clubs?

Got some brazilian kids interested in coming to FC United, but can't get WP's approved at all.
 

Aannddyy

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It's three years in most of the feeder countries. I'm pretty sure Croatia is 2 years, though. There's also a chance that he could be granted it sooner.
 
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