What Brexit means for football – Football Weekly special

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Max, Barry, Miles and Jonathan pick over the big issue in the latest of our special podcasts.

With new measures publicised by the FA, the panel unpick how Brexit will affect transfer and youth academies in both the Premier League and the rest of the football pyramid, whether hiring foreign coaches has become trickier and some of the loopholes that will allow clubs to continue to recruit young players from across the EU.

Plus Sid joins us for part three to discuss the view on Brexit from the continent.

We’re back on Thursday. And if you missed our previous specials on the game’s relationship with dementia, gambling and mental health, plus Black Lives Matter, racism in football and representation in sports media, follow the links.

BRITAIN-POLITICS-EU-BREXIT-VOTE<br>Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson tries to save a shot during a warm up before a girls football match while on the campaign trail in Cheadle Hulme, northwest England on December 7, 2019. - Britain will go to the polls on December 12, 2019 to vote in a pre-Christmas general election. (Photo by TOBY MELVILLE / POOL / AFP) (Photo by TOBY MELVILLE/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)



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