All But Signed, B Team Yehor Yarmolyuk (SC Dnipro Midfielder)

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I guess I could see that as a role for him.

Just the €5m bandied about on twitter (obviously could all be rubbish) is a lot more than the amount we are supposed to have paid for Myles at €1.6m
I suspect he will have more drive and motivation to succeed than MPH has.
 

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Not sure how he'll get a work permit
 

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Sounds good. Exciting prospect. Our B-Team will be stepping up massively in quality now we have the funds (and division) to do so. We should have some really exciting players coming through soon.
 

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Sounds good. Exciting prospect. Our B-Team will be stepping up massively in quality now we have the funds (and division) to do so. We should have some really exciting players coming through soon.
Are we sure the lads for the BSquad and not the new Under 23 side thats required
 

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I can see the B Team developing so that there are more of these "premium" type B players who cost more but have much more potential to play at PL level.
 

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If he is initially B team that is some signing given his pedigree - hopefully progresses to first team quickly
 

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Can someone just confirm. We're now paying £1.5m (MILLION) for B Team (B TEAM) players?

Wow.
 

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Can someone just confirm. We're now paying £1.5m (MILLION) for B Team (B TEAM) players?

Wow.

Paid that last year or the year before……nothing new. MPH was one.
 

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Ahh, this makes more sense, £1.5m

The other part is interesting as well

"Work permit could prove an issue though due to age & lack of first team apps. As such an immediate loan outside of UK could occur (Senior international caps needed for permit?)"

See post 58 above. Anyone who has left Ukraine can be considered a refugee. Footballers are no exception
 

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Can someone just confirm. We're now paying £1.5m (MILLION) for B Team (B TEAM) players?

Wow.
Think we may be really looking to upgrade b team with players around this age range that can then step up to first team.
Will be tricky work permit wise in some instances but we are smarter than average club so imagine have a plan. That obviously includes Ukrainian players
 

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He may well qualify,but will he be granted one?
The system is as clear as mud.
If he qualifies for a visa then he MUST be granted one. The law is pretty clear on that hence why there are immigration lawyers. And, no doubt, the club will have spoken to one or two before offering a contract. The contract will also be conditional on the player being entitled to/granted a work visa.
 

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Yep, also saw (and liked) this one

Post in thread 'Yehor Yarmolyuk (SC Dnipro Midfielder)' All But Signed, B Team - Yehor Yarmolyuk (SC Dnipro Midfielder)

That bloke on twitter is generally well informed on Ukraine stuff, maybe less so the wonderful world of contradictory UK government policy 😁
Yup. It's a b****y nightmare. A policy deliberately designed to make it so difficult for refugees to come here that most give up. I have been through the hoops. It can be done as Banana says however, and as I now consider myself an expert in the field I will be delighted to help PG with the formalities for an inordinately large consultancy fee! (Which I would donate to the disasters emergency committee...)
 

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I think we payed quite a bit for Hardy. I’m sure someone ITK can verify this.
Not sure about Hardy as I think we actually made a profit on his sale to Liverpool IIRC. We did shell out quite a bit on Oyegoke as Arsenal are still reeling over the JDS transfer and weren’t going to see something like that happen again.
 

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Sensible logic to this signing in that we avoid getting tied in knots trying to negotiate with 3rd parties when players are 2/3 yrs older with more 1st team experience and their perceived stock is exponentially higher.

It's what Brighton have been doing for a good few yrs and avoids the likes of Bologna trying to hold us to ransom on what are still very much development players.

(Liverpool have done the same with Ramsay and Carvalho to avoid the English tax on players being potentially offshored to Italy, Germany, etc for a few yrs of development).
 

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extended version of what someone's already posted

 

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Without wanting to sound negative, If you are good enough, you are old enough.
I really don’t see what benefit there is for these type of players joining our B team. He might get 10 minutes against a doomed Forest next season and take a row on “the board”.
 

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He may well qualify,but will he be granted one?
The system is as clear as mud.
Maybe if the work permit were to become an issue he would be loaned out to a club in another European league, but what club could that be.... its almost as if someone in the club might think about these things as a day job and have a plan.
 

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Without wanting to sound negative, If you are good enough, you are old enough.
I really don’t see what benefit there is for these type of players joining our B team. He might get 10 minutes against a doomed Forest next season and take a row on “the board”.

Sometimes players aren't good enough yet but we believe they will be. 18 is very young for PL football. Just on a physical level not many will be ready at that age.
 

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Without wanting to sound negative, If you are good enough, you are old enough.
I really don’t see what benefit there is for these type of players joining our B team. He might get 10 minutes against a doomed Forest next season and take a row on “the board”.
He's a young lad in troubled times away from home. We've had first teamers from overseas take almost a season to settle in. This allows him to settle in and develop without undue pressure. As you say, if he's good enough, I'm sure the Club will introduce him to the first team when the time is right.
 

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Without wanting to sound negative, If you are good enough, you are old enough.
I really don’t see what benefit there is for these type of players joining our B team. He might get 10 minutes against a doomed Forest next season and take a row on “the board”.
There's plenty of benefit.. Get to develop alongside the first team with every opportunity to train and play with them. I'd imagine we're looking to 'close up' the gap between the B team and the first team with signings like this, make it much more of a young reserve team, with players who are more capable of stepping up than we have now. It also makes sense to try and pick up future talent earlier so we're not battling out with wealthier clubs for the likes of Hickey etc. We do need to get better at it though, as our expensive Cat 1 academy signings thus far haven't ripped up any trees (Oyegoke is looking positive though).
 

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If he qualifies for a visa then he MUST be granted one. The law is pretty clear on that hence why there are immigration lawyers. And, no doubt, the club will have spoken to one or two before offering a contract. The contract will also be conditional on the player being entitled to/granted a work visa.
The Home Office doesn't quite work in the way it should do on such delicate matters as Visas .
I hope he gets one.
The Visas handed out to Ukrainians in recent months have been inconsistent at best.
 

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Absolutely adore the banner headline on this Ukrainian sourced article regarding the transfer.


Nothing like being 'a middle-class submarine' in the 'camp of the middle peasants of the Premier League'

 
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