Posted by Alex the Rabid Bee on December 21, 1997 at 07:15:49:
In Reply to: Answers posted by Bec from FL on December 18, 1997 at 17:12:31:
Don't forget, different rules up there. In the Northern League (or BNL Northern Conf., or what ever it is!), you are an import if you have not come through the British junior system and therefore require an ITC card. however, in the BNL proper, you are British simply if you qualify to play for GB (ie have a British passport). Hence Frank Morris can play as British for Fife in the BNL, but as an import in the Northern League.
I'm quite surprised Finnie's at the Royals. What are they paying him, cause they can't even afford to split a bag of peanuts between their other players!
Cheers, Alex the Rabid Bee
PS Take it I'm not missing much whilst I'm away then? :-)
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