It is now just a matter of time Brazilian midfielder Ramires puts pen on paper to complete his move to
Now, it seems that there is every possibility Ramires could enjoy his
Community Shield match is traditionally considered as the season opener in
First of all, the FA collects fund for good causes through this match. Secondly, this match is seen as the final pre-season match and managers feature their probable best eleven in this game. Thirdly, fans can get to see the new signings for the first time in a competitive match along with other key players.
This time, the Blues fans are eagerly waiting to see Ramires on the Wembley pitch. Though it is expected that his signing would be officially announced in a day or two, getting the work permit for the player would be a cause of concern.
To qualify for work permit, a player needs to represent his country in 75% matches over the last two years, but Ramires made his international debut just last year.
Well, it does not mean that he would not be granted a work permit to play in the Premier League at all, but the matter is that it could take some time to attain the work permit. In that case, he could miss the Community Shield 2010 encounter with Manchester United.
Whatever it is,
Overall, there are lots of reasons