I remember Celt*c got one done in 24hrs and it was at the weekend when admin not usually there.I'm not sure how long player work permits usually take but im hoping we have it so Raskin can get started with some minutes tomorrow.
Rangers had applied for it already but, strange it’s draggingReally can’t see him having any part to play tomorrow as the work permit is only likely to have been issued today and the chances of him being involved arevirtually nil.
He hasn’t kicked a ball in anger for some time, but I would expect him to be involved against Plastic Whistle in the cup.
I think he would. It’s part of his work so would think he can’t officially train.Would he need the work permit to train? I mean for insurance purposes etc - if he were to be injured in training before he got a work permit would it create issues with his contract?
Visa is to enter the country and the WP allows him to work.He was training with Hagi on Wednesday so he’s definitely been doing stuff.
Is there a difference between a work permit and visa? I’ve seen both mentioned elsewhere but I’m not clued up on these things and if it’s just two words for the same thing.
That was the day after Cantwell last played for Norwich, and he got a start last weekend. If his Work Permit comes thorough I think Raskin will be on the bench and get the last half hour.
When you see replies like this it makes you wonder why Rangers don't just ask someone on FF to sort things out for them. This is the sort of informative post that makes FF such an essential source of information.Just checked and he can’t train. It goes through the sfa as well. I know Beale just replied to work permit but I would think it encompassed everything.
A club must obtain a GBE from The Scottish FA before a migrant is permitted to undertake any employment duties for the club (including participation at training and in friendly matches). A migrant can register for a club without a GBE but, in order to play any football, he must have obtained a GBE, been assigned a Certificate of Sponsorship by that club and secured leave to remain under Tiers 2 or 5 of the PBS (subject to satisfying any other eligibility requirements of The Scottish FA and any competitions the club participates in).
He needs a work permit before he can start working.Would he need the work permit to train? I mean for insurance purposes etc - if he were to be injured in training before he got a work permit would it create issues with his contract?