london - President Richard Scudamore of the Premier League, the top division of English football, has said it will keep all twenty football clubs in its class in the European Union.
They want the EU and remain a voice for the departure from the union (brexit) is inconsistent with the openness pursued by the Premier League football, Scudamore told Radio 5 Live.
Scudamore stressed that it is also good business is a good idea to stay with the EU. It will, according to him, for example, without membership are much harder to protect intellectual property rights of the clubs, the newspaper The Independent reported Monday. The newspaper suggested earlier that more than a hundred players in the Premier League may no or only after time-consuming procedures would have received a work permit if they had not come from an EU country.
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