Next season (Non-EU) (2 Viewers)

May 17, 2003
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#24
Well, no not really. It is based on how many Non-EU players a team had when the rule came up. At that time, for example, Modena had 0 non-EU players, so they can't buy any in the future becoz there is no space in the team, they can't replace anyone.
 
Jul 12, 2002
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#25
++ [ originally posted by only_juve_4ever ] ++
Well, no not really. It is based on how many Non-EU players a team had when the rule came up. At that time, for example, Modena had 0 non-EU players, so they can't buy any in the future becoz there is no space in the team, they can't replace anyone.
I don't think that's the way it works. I think that the limit is either 3 or 5, but teams who had more than that get to keep their extra spots as long as they have someone to fill them.
 

gray

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Apr 22, 2003
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#27
I think the non-EU players that the clubs had should be allowed to stay, but they shouldn't be allowed to replace them.
 

gray

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Apr 22, 2003
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#30
++ [ originally posted by Paranoia ] ++
not allowed to replace them?what if they retire or something?:dazed:
but this is extra non-EU spots we're talking about. If they retire, tough luck; they lose their non-EU spot that they shouldn't have had in the first place
 
Aug 1, 2003
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#36
there are many south americans and africans and maybe asians who could be on the rise. you never know. the world doesn't revolve around europe only.

I wonder though, if a team has a limit of 3 EU spots, and they loaned out one of their player whos a non-EU player, would the spot be free? If so, what if the loaned player comes back, what happens to the player who was recently bought? Then there would be 4 EU spaces
 

#10

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Jul 28, 2002
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#37
Asian??? A real right winger would be Mahdevikia of HSV, iranian international, absoloute class, fast as a anything u coulds think off. the only bad point i can trhink of is that he loves his country and is always willing to leave his club to play for iran, which pisses his club off.
 

#10

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Jul 28, 2002
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#39
Nice to see another Pro Mahdevikia fan Para :cool:

He would surely be better than Camo at time, offering pace from midfiled that we dont have.

Plus he has a german passport also , so no NON-EU spot taken up either.
 

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