Glammerup wrote: ↑Fri Sep 04, 2020 2:22 pm
Delang, like many others around the country, looks to be the victim of the new kolpak law and will need to play as an overseas player from next summer if Glamorgan are to keep him.
Wagg and Hogan look like they are finished, interesting to see the clubs stance there. So certainly agree with the attempt at Overton. They look like they will need to bring in some bowlers if they don’t trust what they have on the books
I thought De Lange was OK . When he signed in 2017 it was reported on the BBC website in the following way:
"Glamorgan had initially hoped to sign De Lange under the Kolpak ruling, which allows players from countries with associate trade agreements with the European Union to not be classed as overseas players - but he did not meet the criteria of international matches played.
Playing on a UK visa leaves him free to represent Glamorgan as a non-overseas player in all competitions - but leaves him unable to play as a "local" player in more than one country's domestic competition, so he would be classed as an overseas player if he returned to South African domestic cricket."
He was granted a UK visa because his wife holds a British passport.
Is that not the case?