Why Brexit isn't good for the England football team - VIDEO | Eurasia Diary - ednews.net

23 April, Tuesday


Why Brexit isn't good for the England football team - VIDEO

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Through the Maastricht treaty, and the subsequent Bosman ruling in 1995, the Premier League has hugely benefitted from the freedom of labor movement within the EU. Brexit, for obvious reasons, would hinder movement.

Anxiety over the economic impacts of Brexit has plagued businesses in the UK, Europe and around the world since the 2016 Referendum. The UK government’s lack of clarity and failure to negotiate a smooth transition out of the European Union has left an immeasurable amount of potential impacts on businesses.

English football is not immune from these impacts, with the Premier League’s brand as ‘the best league in the world’ through its multinational inclusion of the best footballing talent under threat.

 

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