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United - Hernandez Work Permit Problems?

Are we about to see if our brand name is sufficient enough to slightly bend the rules!

Our latest striking recruit, Javier Hernandez, who will be joining us in the summer, may well be about to experience problems with our friends at the Home Office with regards to a work permit.

To qualify for a work permit the twenty-one year old needs to have participated in at least 75% of his countries internationals in over the last two years, a target Hernandez is unable to meet.

Therefore, United will be approaching the Home Office proposing that his exceptional talent entitles him to special dispensation.

Like we said earlier, let`s see if the brand name carries sufficient weight!

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 26 2010

Time: 6:00PM

Your Comments

Now our mate gordon is gone, maybe getting permits wont be so easy. If Chicharito doesnt have a good world cup, he probably wont get one.
tuscan3000
so what happens to the Boy Wonder then? Pea pod shelled and kaput!
Al Billy
Apparently not the first time that we have failed to do so.
elvido
I'm sure everything will end up fine remember the World Cup is here and i can see him playing a decent part in Mexico's campaign espicially when you consider how poor Vela's finishing was.
TheFamousNo7
He'll definitely have to score some goals because he's hasnt scored since he signed for us. If we dont get a permit for him now, I'd imagine he'll have to go on loan to spain or belgium for a year. He made his debut in september 2009 so by next summer (august 2011) he will have played 75% of his countries matches as the vast majority of mexico matches will have been played in 2010.
tuscan3000
He just scored against Holland so that must count for something!
tuscan3000
I was on goal.com and if u read the match commentry,there are only two times when his name is mentioned.Once when he earns a foul and the second time he scores.Give him the service and he will return it with goals,thats the impression I get.
Antriksh (abmtd)
You guys shouldn't have a problem with him. World Cup's here and don't forget you managed to get Tim Howard with less than 75% LOL
melloSPUR
Does come across as a Micky Owen kind of player..... We definitely need a finisher in this team! Can't depend on OG again!
elvido
Apparently he's got the permit!
tuscan3000
I told you the goal against holland would do it for him!
tuscan3000
I'm very pleased to know that they have granted a work permit to Chicharito.So just concentrate on Gambia for the time being.
Antriksh (abmtd)
He clearly is a player with great potential and already great quality, glad to hear he got his permit I just hope he can cut it in the Premier League.
TheFamousNo7
Guess that's one less thing to worry about!
elvido
 

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