The foreigner debate: Is the Home-Grown Player Rule fit for purpose?

Published 24 September 2013 By: Daniel Geey

Football Players Legs

An excellently drafted report on the UEFA Home Grown Player Rule (HGPR) was published recently which, along with Greg Dyke’s call-to-arms about the dearth of English talent has had the effect of refocusing peoples attention on the knotty issues of nationality, eligibility and the (relative lack of) success of the English national team. 


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