Thursday , July 29 2021

Earthquake in the Premier League due to Brexit: out of 17 go for … 12 strangers! – Premier League



In spite of the major economic, social and political changes brought to the island, Brexit may also cause cosmogenic changes at the sporting level, with the example of the Premier League being the most characteristic.

As the newspaper "Times" revealed, the English football federation is expected to present the 20 presidents of the Premier League teams the next day … a plan that predicts a very large reduction in the number of foreign players in the position to use each group.

At the moment, any club that competes in England's top division has the right to have up to 17 non-English footballers, with the plan being in the draft to predict the reduction of that number to 12 so that the native players in each group are more (13 out of 25 in total that the roster may have)!

Of course, if this proposal comes, it will not change all in one day but the decrease will be progressively made by 2020 (according to the Times report), but it should not be overlooked that all its "big" English championship exceeds the number "12"!

In this year's Premier League, 13 of the 20 teams have more than 12 foreign players, while only Burnley and Bournemouth have given the English more time to play in the first 12 games compared to foreign footballers.

All in all, non-native footballers who are fighting in the Premier League are currently 268, with the maximum number that can be there if the measure with the 12 foreigners per group is 240!

Let's look closely at how the situation is, with the number of foreigners in each Premier League club (excluding the naturals):

CLUB NUMBER OF HOUSES
Manchester City 17
Tottenham 17
Brighton 17
Huddersfield 17
Watford 17
Chelsea 16
Liverpool 16
Fulham 16
West Ham 16
Arsenal 15
Manchester United 14
Newcastle 14
Leicester 13
Crystal Palace 12
Wolves 12
Southampton 11
Everton 10
Cardiff 7
Burnley 6
Bournemouth 5

Let's see how much foreigners each team uses in this year's Premier League …

CLUB MINIMUM PARTICIPATION OF FOREIGN PLAYERS (%)
Chelsea 95.1%
Arsenal 93.5%
Huddersfield 86.4%
Newcastle 84.5%
Wolves 81.3%
West Ham 80.6%
Fulham 77.7%
Manchester City 77.2%
Crystal Palace 73.0%
Liverpool 71.7%
Brighton 70.3%
Watford 70.0%
Manchester United 69,9%
Tottenham 65.7%
Cardiff 60.5%
Leicester 59.5%
Everton 57.1%
Southampton 55.9%
Bournemouth 48.8%
Burnley 33.2%

In practice, this means that in the next two transfer periods, it is likely that enough players will leave their teams as free, simply because they will not move to renew their contracts.

As to which foreigners are free from their teams shortly? Get a taste in view of the new football class we expect in Great Britain.

MANSESTER CITY

Foreigners ending their contracts in 2019: Kobani, Mangalas

Foreigners ending their contracts in 2020: Goodbye, Guidogan, David Silva, Fernandini

MANCHESTER UNITED

Foreigners ending their contracts in 2019: De Hae, Marsal, Mata, Pereira, Ander Erera, Valencia, Durham

Foreigners ending their contracts in 2020: Begi, Felaini, Matic

LIVERPOOL

Foreigners ending their contracts in 2019: Alberto Moreno, Markovic

Foreigners ending their contracts in 2020: Origie, Matt

CELSI

Foreigners ending their contracts in 2019: Cambayer, Davin Louise, Fabregas, Zirou

Foreigners ending their contracts in 2020: Athletes, Fan Chinkel, Azar, Pedro, Williams

TOTENAM

Foreigners ending their contracts in 2019: Form, Alderwright, Vertonen, Debbele, Jordea

Foreigners ending their contracts in 2020: Ericson, Jansen

ARSENAL

Foreigners ending their contracts in 2019: Czech Republic, Liechtenstein, Montreal

Foreigners ending their contracts in 2020: Cosilli


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