The FA chairman Greg Dyke has announced plans which would introduce new rules to help home-grown players get more opportunities, to play in the top flight of English football.
This would be achieved by restricting the amount of foreign players teams are allowed in their squad. This change tightens the rules which were commissioned regarding home-grown players back in 2013; originally introduced to improve the England team.
The FA chairman has even warned that Premier League football is in danger of having “nothing to do with English people” if it carries on the way it is.
So what exactly qualifies for a “home-grown” …