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The Reborn Foreign Football Thread

Discussion in 'Football' started by Blaarev, Dec 20, 2014.

  1. pork pie fox

    pork pie fox Well-Known Member

    I don't think it does.
     
  2. Lako42

    Lako42 Well-Known Member

    Reminds me of games against FC Khalsa when in the youth games the minibus driver with thick beard played in midfield, cheating bastards.
     
  3. Mawsley

    Mawsley Well-Known Member

    Freddy Adu & Souleymane Mamam?
     
  4. pork pie fox

    pork pie fox Well-Known Member

    No idea what the regulations are abroad. I was talking about "here".
     
  5. Jeff

    Jeff Administrator Staff Member

    What age do you think is acceptable?
    Ashley Chambers was 15 when he made his Leicester debut.
     
  6. pork pie fox

    pork pie fox Well-Known Member

    I didn't say what I thought was acceptable. BM suggested a 14 year old couldn't play adult football here. I could be wrong, but I think the rules here are that you have to be 15. I started playing adult football at 15 too.
     
  7. Jeff

    Jeff Administrator Staff Member

    I know. That's why I asked the question.

    Not just aimed at you though, a general question.
     
  8. Macky

    Macky Gruntled Member

    If there's grass on the pitch, they should be left play
     
  9. Mawsley

    Mawsley Well-Known Member

    Aha. I was thinking we were still talking globally seeing as that is where this dialogue originated. But regardless, I still don't see a problem with age if the team deems the player good enough, here or abroad.

    There were stages during Kelly's time I wished we'd played a 2yr old as long as they were more competent than the rest of the fuckers on the pitch.
     
  10. pork pie fox

    pork pie fox Well-Known Member

    BM said "I don't think someone that age would be allowed to play a senior game here", to which you replied "Depends on the level?". I just posted that I thought BM was correct. I didn't make any mention of global regulations, as I have no idea what they are.
     
  11. pork pie fox

    pork pie fox Well-Known Member

    It's a tricky question, as how do you allow for individual circumstances? I work in youth football, so I know that there are varying regulations within different areas. What would you suggest is an acceptable age? As a player, I was probably ready at 15, but not at 14, so I can only go on that really. Clearly, that isn't applicable to all players, though.
     
  12. Matt_B

    Matt_B Moderator

    My big concern would be emotional maturity. Most 14 year old wouldn't be ready to handle conceding an own goal professionally, or being booed by the opposition or worse still, losing at Wembley.
     
  13. jb5000

    jb5000 Well-Known Member

    Considering that the concern seems to be about the physical strength of a player up against the big boys, perhaps Stephen Hughes shouldn't have been allowed to play at any age.
     
  14. fox58

    fox58 Well-Known Member

  15. Motown Fox

    Motown Fox Well-Known Member

  16. Blaarev

    Blaarev Well-Known Member

    Phil Neal; what a dickhead!
     
  17. M17TT C

    M17TT C Well-Known Member

    It's because the Scousers certainly can't play the sympathy card here!
     
  18. fox58

    fox58 Well-Known Member

    A complete and utter w****r
     
  19. pork pie fox

    pork pie fox Well-Known Member

    Wow, what a twat.

    Grobbelaar comes across well though.
     
    Last edited: Jun 4, 2015
  20. Motown Fox

    Motown Fox Well-Known Member

    I seem to remember it really badly affected him.

    As for Phil Neal he's probably a bit hard up and looking for someone to pay the mortgage
    On his wiki page it currently states as
    Current team
    Wherever pays the mortgage

    It was edited 6 days ago. Probably by that reporter.:icon_bigg
     
    Last edited: Jun 4, 2015
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