No work permit for Qu Bo

Discussion in 'Asian Football Confederation' started by ForzaGrifo, Aug 28, 2002.

  1. ForzaGrifo

    ForzaGrifo Member

    Sep 22, 2000
  2. Barca_Fan2003

    Barca_Fan2003 New Member

    Mar 30, 2002
    Slidell, LA
    So stop spelling like a Brit.
     
  3. ForzaGrifo

    ForzaGrifo Member

    Sep 22, 2000
    haha good one Barca Fan. Well, this is what you'll get if you're born in a British colony. :)
     
  4. casualfan

    casualfan New Member

    Aug 13, 2002
    that's the proper spelling.
     
  5. ForzaGrifo

    ForzaGrifo Member

    Sep 22, 2000
    Yes, you better be careful casualfan. :)
     
  6. shenhua

    shenhua New Member

    Aug 27, 2002
    Parramatta
    no! second chinese guy to be stuffed by the 75% rule
     
  7. casualfan

    casualfan New Member

    Aug 13, 2002
    :) you saw my earlier post before it was deleted, didn't you?
     
  8. nw

    nw Member

    Nov 14, 2000
    Has the Spurs appealed or they already did?

    Nevermind, looks like they've already gone that route. Another case of bureaucrats triumphing over common sense.
     
  9. ForzaGrifo

    ForzaGrifo Member

    Sep 22, 2000
    hahaha trust me, you don't want to be red-carded. Ask Hamatachi, he learned it the hard way. Right Hama?
     
  10. ForzaGrifo

    ForzaGrifo Member

    Sep 22, 2000
    No mention of this in Sina......yet.......
     
  11. kc123

    kc123 Member

    Jun 29, 2002
    Yes, they did. It has been turn down again. The deadline for the transfer window is Aug 31. So, that's it for Qu. Qu's agent said Spurs will try to appeal again when the transfer window opens late December.
    Anyway, first Zhang yuning, then Qu Bo. F*** the British Labour Department.
     
  12. shenhua

    shenhua New Member

    Aug 27, 2002
    Parramatta
    This was posted on the spurs official website



    At a Home Office hearing today, the Club’s application to obtain a work permit for Chinese international Qu Bo was rejected.
    Although the 21-year-old played in the majority of China’s World Cup campaign he was deemed, at the initial appeal stage, not to have played the required 75% of ‘A’ internationals over the past two years.

    The Club requested an early Appeal, conscious of the impending transfer window deadline.

    Commented Director of Football, David Pleat: "After taking all matters into consideration, the tribunal decided that they could not grant a permit at
    this stage in Qu Bo’s career. We have had a fair hearing and have to respect their view.

    "However, it is very disappointing for both player and Club. We shall continue to monitor his progress."
     
  13. jamisont

    jamisont New Member

    Jan 30, 2002
    yes for brits.
     

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