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Old 09-02-2019, 03:15 PM   #1
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Multiple nationalities for teams or leagues?

For example, the Australian League has a team in New Zealand. I want to limit foreigners, and it seems obvious that New Zealanders should be able to play on the NZ team without counting as international, but there's not nearly enough of them yet to support a team, so Australians also should be able to play on that team without counting as foreigners either.

Similarly, maybe we could have the option of setting the whole league to be Australian/New Zealander so that any player of either nationality counts as domestic for the whole league.

This also came up in the Italian league, where one team plays in San Marino - I don't want San Marinoans (Sammarinese?) or Italians to count as foreigners for that team.
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For example, the Australian League has a team in New Zealand. I want to limit foreigners, and it seems obvious that New Zealanders should be able to play on the NZ team without counting as international, but there's not nearly enough of them yet to support a team, so Australians also should be able to play on that team without counting as foreigners either.

Similarly, maybe we could have the option of setting the whole league to be Australian/New Zealander so that any player of either nationality counts as domestic for the whole league.

This also came up in the Italian league, where one team plays in San Marino - I don't want San Marinoans (Sammarinese?) or Italians to count as foreigners for that team.
I believe most of this can be done by using the region function that would capture countries in the region selected that would not fall under the foreigners rule.
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I believe most of this can be done by using the region function that would capture countries in the region selected that would not fall under the foreigners rule.
How is that done? All I can see is restricting foreigners by league nationality or team nationality.
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For example, the Australian League has a team in New Zealand. I want to limit foreigners, and it seems obvious that New Zealanders should be able to play on the NZ team without counting as international, but there's not nearly enough of them yet to support a team, so Australians also should be able to play on that team without counting as foreigners either.

Similarly, maybe we could have the option of setting the whole league to be Australian/New Zealander so that any player of either nationality counts as domestic for the whole league.

This also came up in the Italian league, where one team plays in San Marino - I don't want San Marinoans (Sammarinese?) or Italians to count as foreigners for that team.
I second this request. This has bothered me as well, as I play a World League with foreign player limitations. The region function is a work-around, but not perfect by any means.
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How is that done? All I can see is restricting foreigners by league nationality or team nationality.
When i get to the house tonight i will go see how i have my international leagues set up.
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