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I think its very much the same

Ah. not trying to be argumentative, but that's not the same. The rules for US->UK in general are less stringent after Brexit. You said that they are more stringent. Just wanted to clarify that - I think it matters for US and MLS guys in general making the jump to the UK. 

 

In regards to Gloster, not saying he meets the qualifications, but he is closer post-Brexit than he was pre-Brexit.  



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Ah. not trying to be argumentative, but that's not the same. The rules for US->UK in general are less stringent after Brexit. You said that they are more stringent. Just wanted to clarify that - I think it matters for US and MLS guys in general making the jump to the UK. 
 
In regards to Gloster, not saying he meets the qualifications, but he is closer post-Brexit than he was pre-Brexit.  


It is easier. BUt you still need to be a starter in MLS and at minimum be a role player in the USMNT to be considered for a work permit. Gloster is neither.

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Going to Denmark ?


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Good for him. Hopefully he'll earn the equiv of $90k+


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Coming to MLS would honestly be a better jumping off point than going to Denmark, but some guys are so averse to coming back to the states.

Duncan would be the perfect example to pitch Gloster on returning to RBNY.



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Would he be able to secure a work permit?


Speaking of Newcastle work permits:
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Coming to MLS would honestly be a better jumping off point than going to Denmark, but some guys are so averse to coming back to the states.

Duncan would be the perfect example to pitch Gloster on returning to RBNY.
 

 

Quite possible that he'll make more $$ in Denmark than he would with the entry-level MLS contract that Duncan got. 


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