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Home Country

The country in which one was born, regardless of where one currently lives. One's home country may have tax and other consequences. For example, one born in the United States is a citizen of the United States and so may be taxed on worldwide income, whether or not one lives there.
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There are a few boys from the other home nations so it wouldn't be a good dressing room to be a part of if we miss out.
It is the first time England and Scotland have been drawn together to play a World Cup match, although the home nations championship did act as a qualifying competition for the 1950 and 1954 World Cups.
This victory marked quite a turn-around for the team, who finished bottom of the Home Nations last season, losing 5-0 to England along the way.
WALES manager Chris Coleman wants to avoid the other home nations in the Euro 2016 draw December.
The British Fifa vice-presidency has been a privilege of the home nations since 1946 but it was threatened with abolition following the reforms of the world governing last year.
The Football Association ignored opposition from their Home Nations counterparts to confirm a British presence in both the male and female competitions at the London Games last year.
It is a further example not only of The FA's arrogance but also folly because if FIFA does merge the Home Nations it is not only Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland that will lose their identity, England would do so too.
JIMMY NICHOLL is convinced the Home Nations can rewrite the history books by booking their place in next summer's Euro extravaganza in France.
FIFA also made it clear that all four home nations would have to agree before the plan could be ratified.
But the 2009 Home Nations agreement, which states a player must have 'engaged in a minimum of five years education under the age of 18 within the territory of the relevant association would currently rule Januzaj out of playing for England.
HEXHAM have won the England final of the Home Nations Junior Team Championship.
The agreement contains no clause on residency, meaning the only four ways a player can represent one of the home nations is through their place of birth, their parents' place of birth, their grandparents' place of birth or having spent five years of compulsory education in the country they wish to play for.

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