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Should the English Premiere League significantly limit the number of foreign players per team?

  • Talented soccer players

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  • Homegrown Talent isn't given an opportunity

    Due to the increase in number of foreign 'experienced' players, young homegrown English players don't really get the chance to play for the Club even if they are talented and thus when it comes to the World Finals, England suffers as most of its players are either old or inexperienced. Many people already believe in doing this as they do feel it directly affects the National Team's performance.

  • Not significantly but maybe a little

    The Barclays Premier League is one of the most lucrative and talented domestic football leagues on the planet. We have four champions league spots and many top players in those teams are foreign players. We do not need to damage the BPL as a product by doing this. Yes, there should be a small cap but not a significant one as it will stranglehold the best teams and those playing in Europe.

    What the FA should do is do more for youngsters trying to get in the game. More technical training, better facilities, more pitches, better coaching, and more enthesis on youth in general.

  • No,the English Premiere League should not significantly limit the number of foreign players per team

    I don't think that the English Premiere League should significantly limit the number of foreign players per team. I would go so far as to say that that would be almost racist if they were to start doing that. Diversity is good, but if a certain team or organization happens to structure its program of a specific amount of people from one race that shouldn't be an issue.


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