View Full Version : Work Permit Question

02-03-2011, 19:10
As Arsenal, I have tried to sign several youngsters who I know will get their work permits rejected. I can't figure out a way to loan them out to my feeder clubs to gain experience for a work permit. They just get rejected then it says the signing fell through.

02-03-2011, 19:14
Would like to know more on this too. Just managed to sign a Turkish 17yr old keeper who failed his application at the first attempt, but got the appeal. No idea how it works.

02-03-2011, 19:15
You have to have a specific feeder club set up that's available for loaning to, it won't let you sign them if you just have other "normal" feeder clubs.

02-03-2011, 20:08
Ic, I don't have a specific feeder club set up for that, which is silly because thats what Arsenal use Salamanca for irl. The board denied my request for one too, this player alone would have made it worth it!

02-03-2011, 20:15
is it this fm that you can ask again after 6 months or was that fm10? either way just keep asking for a feeder club whenever you get an opportunity and hopefully with your reputation growing and your time spent at the club will mean the board may grant your request.

02-03-2011, 20:33
Yes, you need a specific work permit feeder club. They are usually in Belgium, Poland or Spain.

02-03-2011, 20:37
Remember to keep offering them a new contract, you'll re-apply for work permits then.

02-03-2011, 20:48
If you have a work permit feeder club then the player will sign for your club even if he hasn't recieved a work permit. The player's name will be printed in green and he will have a green box next to his name with the letters "Wp", you will have to click on him then choose to send him on loan to your work permit feeder club. You will have to do this for a couple of seasons until:

a) he receives a work permit


b) he gets naturalized as a national of the country where your work permit feeder club is based

Good Luck.