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Work Permits

southy354

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Feb 20, 2006
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I've had players I've tried to sign rejected work permits. What are they based on? because the two I tried to sign were from Brazil and Mexico.
 

Trav

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Dec 21, 2005
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um, ive found it easier to sign foriegn players on the new patch, alot easier, i signed that andres cardenas boy at 16!! if you get the option to appeal make sure you do it because they usualy accept it then
 

Robbo

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Feb 1, 2006
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Anyone from a country inside the EU don't need a work permit. Not sure wot it goes on. thought it was international apperances, but after some of the players i have signed i don't think it can be
 

arty_bhoy

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Mar 28, 2006
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yeah i think it is judged on the potential and current ability of the palyers cos as im scouts always say "there should be no problems obtaining a work permit for a player of this caliber"
 

southy354

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Feb 20, 2006
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The player has got great potential and has high stats and is 24 so it can't be on potential unless you mean players with low potential.
 

southy354

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Feb 20, 2006
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I think any players based in South America are a no go when it comes to work permits. I got Alexis Sanchez to agree a contract with Bristol City, but the work permit didn't go through so I have to try again.
 

Jonny

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Sep 18, 2005
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Yeah, WP's are a real bummer, they can really get in the way of getting those brazillian wonderkids. Thing is, no matter how many times you offer the player a new ontract, the permit will be turned down. :|
 

Whittnam1987

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Sep 18, 2005
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Pot luck really, when you sign a non EU player, guarentee you'll ALWAYS have to appeal for WP and that's really just luck... unless they have so many caps for their country, I think it's between 20-30, it's basically English football rules so that'll be on FM :]
 
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