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21 Nov 2017 13:47:45
Hi Eds/ All,

What is everyone's thoughts on less foreign player now coming through the youth system? What I mean to say is, are there less foreign and more players from England / Home Nations coming through most youth systems rather than stock piling of foreign youngers.

You look at Liverpool for example and the young players looking to break into the first team. Trent-Arnold, Gomez, Solanke and Woodburn.

Is this a result of changes in rules.

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1.) 21 Nov 2017 14:21:05
It's always been mainly English players coming through, but the top clubs always seemed to sign 17-18 year olds from abroad which blocked the paths of the English lads.

With St George's Park, the new home grown rules, and just a general increase in the quality of English academies; we are now seeing more young English players come through.

20 years ago, the main decent academies in England were Everton, Man United, West Ham and Liverpool.

Nowadays you can add Chelsea, Southampton, Man City, Crewe, Arsenal, Crystal Palace, Fulham, Leicester and Tottenham to that list. Clubs seem to be putting more emphasis on developing there own players.

Sadly though, some clubs have given up on it because they are sick of developing players only to have them poached when they are good enough. Huddersfield are a prime example.


2.) 21 Nov 2017 14:31:56
I don't know of any significant rule change I would tend to look more towards the foreign players and the different styles of play having an influence on the younger home nation players which has been a positive. That coupled with the fact we have two sets of world cup winning English players!


 

 

 

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29 Oct 2018 10:39:06
I was about to write exactly the same thing Salah, contracts mean nothing other than the player being guaranteed to earn a certain amount of money for a certain length of time.

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19 Aug 2018 08:51:46
Isn’t it more about player registration. There are 2 deadline a years, at the end of each window for players to be registered with the FA. If they are not registered by this date they cannot play for the club until the next registration window is open. The only except is free agents, who if they were a free agent at the registration deadline, they can sign and register for a club.

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{Ed002's Note - No, it is as I said. It depends when he becomes a free agent. If, for example, Lazar Markovic were to come to agreement with Liverpool of October 1 that they were to end their relationship and he were to become a free agent, he cannot sign with Olympiakos until January 1 when the Greek transfer window opens. However, should Lazio decide they wish to sign Ross Turnbull, they can do so now as he was a free agent during the previous transfer window.}


 

 

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08 Jun 2018 21:40:58
Does he have a white bmw, because he was causing a massive traffic problem on the A1 this afternoon.

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09 Apr 2018 11:50:41
Surely Reading can't afford his wages? Although they need some help staying in the Championship.

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{Ed001's Note - I am not convinced Fellaini could raise his game to reach Championship level.}


 

 

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07 Feb 2018 07:23:41
Seano_ Your point is backed up by the fact that you rarely see new refs just the same ones, the ones that make mistakes week in week out. I don't blames the refs fully, they have no performance level set to them by the FA, therefore they are unaffected by what the fans class as poor performance.

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19 Oct 2018 22:41:43
I think you would see a lot of 12 month rolling contracts which would lead to player be more transient. The club have a lot less assets but maybe it would be a good thing for football.

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07 Oct 2018 14:32:28
No Harry. Lol.

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22 Sep 2018 14:58:28
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22 Sep 2018 13:29:00
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21 Aug 2018 14:01:45
I have to agree with LoweLFC, I would feel a red is justified if it was the other way around. If the refs start letting a player get away with that, then that will become the way to stop players who are past the last defender, run just behind them so there heel touches you foot etc.

The team only concede a free kick and and yellow card when actually it is most likely that the player will score.

The penalty was correct, Sakho also had a handful of his shirt, which was completely overlooked by all of the commentators/ pundits on TV, again, if its the other way around, I would not be aggrieved. Do not give the ref a decision to make.

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