Uhhh, if he wasn't a citizen, he wouldn't be able to play for England.Uhh, that would be the country that you are a citizen of?
So it's not "his country"? I have a friend who didn't see Canada until he was 11 because his dad worked for a Canadian embassy in South America. Does that make him a Brazilian?He's never even lived there.
Uhhh, because England ain't a country. He's a citizen of Great Britain, much like I am.Uhhh, he isn't a citizen of England.
And Hargreaves has British citizenship papers. Gee, you're right, I must be the moron here.As for your friend, if he has Canadian citizenship papers he's Canadian. Otherwise he's not.
No he doesn't. He is a Canadian citizen, he holds Canadian citizenship.Paulinho said:
And Hargreaves has British citizenship papers. Gee, you're right, I must be the moron here.
Perhaps you'd be willing to share your ENGLISH passport with us, then.England IS a country, something I would know about having been born there.
You just cannot understand the concept of dual citizenship, can you. Here we go, from the official Bayern Muenchen website:Hargreaves is a Canadian citizen. Get your facts straight.