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What happens to Chelseas youngsters who are all at Vitesse or somewhere?
nothing yet until the actual deal is put through. We'll see what happens in two years
Sorry wrong page.
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Hahahahahaha ahaha all ur players are tax frauds mate, sort ur own club out
We we dive, we cheat, we do tax fraud, win trophies. At least we make something happen :D
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^ lmao
Fair enough lol
I mean come on everyone. Its just everyone in shock right now. Yes its a big change, but its not end of everything. They were never really in EU. Britain always had there own currency, own visas.. Now they will just have more control of their borders and will need to make new trading agreements. Economically wise not much will change, as it was going bad its still will, really not much will change.
Tbh I couldn't care less about anything else other than football purposes... it changes soo much, we are gonna have more deals like Sterling and possibly Deeney on a regular basis, cos the talented foreigners couldn't get a wp :(
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Let's all be honest, there will probably be some clause thrown into something somewhere making football transfers exempt
I disagree that economically not much will change, there are going to be extensive negotiations and Britain will be a weaker position. Further most experts on the subject agree that the so called "border control" will not actually have the desired immigration effect.

Worst of all the leave campaign used lies, fear and bigotry to successfully trick uninformed, under-educated and elderly people into voting for something that is likely against their own economic interest. That is for me by far the scariest thing about it.
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Best news for the FA. They will now claim more homegrown players from England which is what some proponents wanted anyway.

What this will do though is lower the standards of the EPL.

Yes, teams will pay more money for transfers but that won't put too much sent into the amount of money that's now in the EPL.

Just one note, think Brazillian players needing to secure a work permit. We'll now have Europeans doing the same.

Btw, I think it's in Arsene's interest if this happens (barring poaching Barca's talents). Less transfer with very complicated deals ahead for big clubs who think they can buy the entire world through one window :).
I agree leaving the EU wont do any good.. I dont get this whole brexit, cause like i said before they weren't completely in EU.. I believe they will make changes for football work permits. Everyone is freaking out about it, I understand why, but at the same time nothing being concluded and the process of getting out of EU wont be overnight.. By that time Im sure they will make changes for work permits.. I absolutely cannot see them killing the EPL because of that.. I get it they want more homegrown english players but at the same time they wont go to the extreme and killing this league, like absolutely no way.. Thats my view on it
It's not entirely true that UK weren't really completely in EU. Membership dynamics are not restricted to shengen and currency union. Freedom of movement and the common market has a massive influence on UK's economy. And the panic is due to the uncertainty that surrounds these matters
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Christian Eriksen's agent Martin Shoots on #Brexit:

“In a situation like this, I’d take my client away from Spurs.” https://t.co/4PkfGyXuJD


Well this is gonna escalate lol
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/brexit-petition-for-second-eu-referendum-so-popular-the-government-sites-crashing-a7099996.html
Totally in favor of bringing Kante in and moving Cazorla out wide again.
We have Granit, Coquelin and Elneny, we don't need Kante what is left is a defender and clinical finisher, like Wenger said we don't need to change the team too drastically.
Cazorla out wide hasn't worked for over two seasons now. He's looked absolutely unplayable at CM and I see no reason why he shouldn't be the first CM on the team sheet.
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But.... But..... We'll win the league 😞
100% agreed with Filsuf... Carzola wide? why would Wenger wanna do that to accommodate Kante (if we do acquire his services especially with this lame ass referendum) when Ozil does very well on the wings for club and country as well as Ramsey who still scores goals there even if he doesn't play in CM?

I know lots of us on this forum don't like when Wenger moves players around as it messes with the FIFA formations on their game consoles or for other reasons, but Santi playing wide? really?
@GUNNERPERA: Mate you high af
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lmao I don't even play fifa like that.
Just the thought of having Kante in the squad is fascinating. And considering Arsene's admirations I thought hey why not. But ur right about Cazorla. But then again I haven't seen a defensive mid like Kante in years.
I really like Kante, I'm just glad that Wenger got Xhaka. It does look like we'll be over loaded in CDM if we get Kante next when we are short on a sharp shooter striker since Welbz is out... need a back up defender too.
Wenger is a genius signing Xhaka before all this referendum s**t
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Damn, that prolly means that player prices will surely be increased just to sort out work permit issues specifically too smh.
Wenger's British core to get a new lease of life after #brexit?
British? nah, its just gonna be England now. Scotland, Ireland (both ROI and NI) and Wales wants independence.
Wales voted to leave though. I'm really shocked that they actually went through with this. UK is in real turmoil. People are starting to google what EU is AFTER the voting. The state of politics everywhere is abysmal right now.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-switch/wp/2016/06/24/the-british-are-frantically-googling-what-the-eu-is-hours-after-voting-to-leave-it/?campaign_id=A100&campaign_type=Email

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Yohan Cabaye, Anthony Martial, N'Golo Kanté & Morgan Schneiderlin no longer set to be eligible for a work permit when Brexit goes through.

-GNF

that's just the start of things to come better get ready for an even more repercussions not only in football but globally as well
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LOL , The only immediate effect will be EPL clubs having to pay more for player due to fall in pounds , I am sure they will pass some sort of Bill to accommodate already working people /Players. As for new players lot will depend on what deal British can negotiate with European's
This will be Wenger's fault for some reason xD

EDIT: Actually, Wenger's and other managers (Pep, Conte, Klopp, Mou, etc.) also are concerned with Eu regulations. Idk the rules for managers though.
Britain might suffer in short term but in the long run if they dont fck things up they will benefit from being able to deals on their own terms.
@Sian - except they will be trying to establish deals from a position of weakness.

The EU members might renegotiate trade deals but the UK will get bad deals because everyone knows they need them and that gives them leverage during negotiations.

If they try to trade with USA and China they will also face bad deals because they know that UK has no better options through the EU zone.
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it will take 2 years to actually exit the EU I think. no visa issues till then?

from arseblog today -

A player from a top-10 nation has to have played in 30% of their games in the two years prior to the date of application to be granted a work permit.
A player from a nation ranked 11-20 must have played in 45% of international games.
That percentage rises to 60% for the next 10 countries, then 75% for nations ranked 31-50.

that means -

No Freddie Ljungberg. No Cesc Fabregas. No Robin van Persie. No Gael Clichy. No Jose Antonio Reyes. No Bacary Sagna. No Samir Nasri. No Wojciech Szczesny. No Laurent Koscielny. No Mikel Arteta. No Nacho Monreal. No Hector Bellerin.
Sian, they already are (were) able to make deals on their own terms. The EU never stopped anyone to sign any deal with whoever they wanted. This all sovereignty thing is a myth, a pure myth.

There are problems, but leaving the EU won't solve any problems, it just adds to the chaos, as no one knows what the new deals will be. Everything has to be rearranged and it'll only delay the time when everyone can work on issues that are real (dealing with refugee migrations, economic crisis, etc.).

But I guess here is not the place to debate all this, appart from maybe the impact on the PL, which seems to be disastrous...
https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2016/jun/24/brexit-vote-what-does-it-mean-professional-sport-eu
Haha brexit leaders already saying that this win will not have much impact on immigration & that they might not save 375M pounds a week for NHS.

Lol , these two were Brexit main selling point , this might be the biggest con game in modern history.
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European Union is great idea on paper i dont need to say further.
RIP EU, it has finally begun. Fallen house of cards.
More interested in seeing what Scotland and Northern Ireland will do now tbh
Scotland already talking about another independence referendum , If they get to choose again they will surely leave this time.
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Nothern Ireland will vote to join the Republic of Ireland now

That is very interesting
i voted to stay in UK last time. that wont be happening this time.

what was surprising is Wales voted to leave even though apparrently they benifit a lot from being in EU
Bear. Well, you know how sheep are...

:P

(I'm just kidding please don't crucify me)
Absolute scenes when trump and boris johnson get elected and are standing side by side in a media annoucement during a uk/us visit LOOOL
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Scenes when Putin joins them for G8 summit.


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