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The impact of Brexit on the playing fields of Britain!

The British people have decided to respond positively to a Brexit. The United Kingdom begins the road to the abandonment of the European Union. Although it will not be immediately noticed, the consequences will be significant in policy, economy, work … as well as in the stadiums.The impact will be felt in the Premier League. As reported in the Spanish newspaper “As”, the Brexit could cause the biggest regulatory change in the relationship of the players with their clubs, after the decision “Μποσμάν”.With applicable regulations for the movement of the athletes, the Premier League, could not have been more than 100 players, you will qualify for a work permit. The stars that have emerged recently in the Premier League, Παγιέτ, Καντέ or Μαρσιάλ could not grow up in the English championship. In the season, Christiano Ronaldo would not have chosen to sign for Manchester United.In reality, however, the most important impact of Brexit, as noted by the “Gazzetta Dello Sport”, referred to in article 19 of the FIFA, which prohibits international transfers of players under the age of 18 years, which is not the case for players between 16 and 18, who come from countries of the European Union or the European Economic Area.In other words, with the exit of the Uk from the EU, clubs, like Manchester United and Arsenal will not be in a position to invest on new talents from other countries, as has happened in the past, which means that Τσεσκ Fabregas, Adnan Januzaj and Paul Πογκμπά never could land on the other side of the Channel at a young age.The English argue that with just words, the μετεγραφές will become more accurate, the decline in the level of championship υπονοιμεύει the tv rights, drastically reduced the talent search, while the fans will face additional obstacles on their travels along with the teams in the Champions League and the Europa League.But it’s not just the football that would be affected by the outcome of the referendum. As reported in the “Telegraph”, cricket and rugby will face the same difficulties, even though some hope that this will encourage clubs in the Uk to invest more in new talent from Britain.Cricket and rugby have also benefited more than a decade, having players from countries not members of the EU, but have agreements relationship with the European Union.The agreement the “Cotonou” and the decision “Kolpak” has allowed the presence of many players from South Africa, the countries of the Caribbean and the islands of the Pacific in the domestic leagues of the countries that form the United Kingdom. The future presence of foreign athletes is not the only concern in the United Kingdom, as says the “Daily Telegraph”.”The NFL sees London as a gateway to Europe. If the Uk leaves, I think that it would review the deal” reported in the newspaper the lawyer, Maria Patsalos, an expert on sports law.Currently, the NFL has entered into an agreement to play two games per season until 2020 at Wembley and two more with the Spurs by 2018, when build the new stadium.Source

The British people have decided to respond positively to a Brexit. The United Kingdom begins the road to the abandonment of the European Union. If, and there will be…
immediately noticed, the consequences will be significant in policy, economy, work … as well as in the stadiums.
The impact will be felt in the Premier League. As reported in the Spanish newspaper “As”, the Brexit could cause the biggest regulatory change in the relationship of the players with their clubs, after the decision “Μποσμάν”.
With applicable regulations for the movement of the athletes, the Premier League, could not have been more than 100 players, you will qualify for a work permit. The stars that have emerged recently in the Premier League, Παγιέτ, Καντέ or Μαρσιάλ could not grow up in the English championship. In the season, Christiano Ronaldo would not have chosen to sign for Manchester United.
In reality, however, the most important impact of Brexit, as noted by the “Gazzetta Dello Sport”, referred to in article 19 of the FIFA, which prohibits international transfers of players under the age of 18 years, which is not the case for players between 16 and 18, who come from countries of the European Union or the European Economic Area.
In other words, with the exit of the Uk from the EU, clubs, like Manchester United and Arsenal will not be in a position to invest on new talents from other countries, as has happened in the past, which means that Τσεσκ Fabregas, Adnan Januzaj and Paul Πογκμπά never could land on the other side of the Channel at a young age.
The English argue that with just words, the μετεγραφές will become more accurate, the decline in the level of championship υπονοιμεύει the tv rights, drastically reduced the talent search, while the fans will face additional obstacles on their travels along with the teams in the Champions League and the Europa League.
But it’s not just the football that would be affected by the outcome of the referendum. As reported in the “Telegraph”, cricket and rugby will face the same difficulties, even though some hope that this will encourage clubs in the Uk to invest more in new talent from Britain.
Cricket and rugby have also benefited more than a decade, having players from countries not members of the EU, but have agreements relationship with the European Union.
The agreement the “Cotonou” and the decision “Kolpak” has allowed the presence of many players from South Africa, the countries of the Caribbean and the islands of the Pacific in the domestic leagues of the countries that form the United Kingdom. The future presence of foreign athletes is not the only concern in the United Kingdom, as says the “Daily Telegraph”.
“The NFL sees London as a gateway to Europe. If the Uk leaves, I think that it would review the deal” reported in the newspaper the lawyer, Maria Patsalos, an expert on sports law.
Currently, the NFL has entered into an agreement to play two games per season until 2020 at Wembley and two more with the Spurs by 2018, when build the new stadium.
Source

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