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    France France D1 and D2

    Hello,

    Just a few questions about D1 and D2 hockey.

    1) with an euro passport are you still considered an import?

    2) do local (i.e. non-import) players in these leagues get paid at all or receive any benefits?

    Thanks

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    Your second question depends on certain factors, players in D1 and D2 are paid, given benefits or help finding work on who they are, who they sign with and just how important they are to the club. A player who is young and playing for his mother club isnt going to ask for much, if anything at all, older players might, out of town players might need a place to live, car, food, so on and so on. Going just in general, players from D1 are almost always paid, D2 depends on who you sign with or how good you are.

    If your looking to come over to France now, your pretty late to the game, D1 has already started and D2 starts next weekend. If your a goalkeeper, Asnières is looking.
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    Thanks for the reply, some great info there. I'm not looking at playing there this season, was just curious for the future. Thanks again

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    and would you by any chance know about the import ruling? (with the EU passport)

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    You are always an import if you are from another country, even if you have a EU passport, the only chance to not be an import player is if you have lets say Canadian and French passport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hockeyhockeyhockey1 View Post
    You are always an import if you are from another country, even if you have a EU passport, the only chance to not be an import player is if you have lets say Canadian and French passport.
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