Now the Referendum's happened, there's no point in continuing with this. Whether leaving turns out to be a good idea, How much damage (if any) the country will suffer and for how long, will only be proven by the passage of time.
We have a situation. Now we need to look forwards at the practicalities of dealing with it.
Constant revisiting of the actual decision will only exacerbate division, the last thing we need now. Analysis is best left to historians, once we are far enough away to get some perspective.
As I said yesterday morning, IMO it's a bad job, but we need to make the best of it.
A big factor has been the removal of the dominant behemoth of Sir Alex Ferguson's Manchester United. They were either champions or runners-up in 18 out of the 21 Prem seasons he was in charge (came 3rd in the other three).
Also Chelsea and Wenger's Arsenal have staggered. If Guardiola and Conte have a hard time adjusting to English football, and Wenger continues to struggle, the opening will still be there.
People going on about how long we've been 'stuck' in the Championship and how marvellous other clubs are that have been both above and below us in that time.
Here is a table showing the average position in the English football system of all the teams in the current Championship over the whole period since we were relegated back into it in 2002. We're pretty much on a par with many of our direct rivals (the likes of Burnley, Derby, Cardiff), tho we lose out to those teams who have only recently come down following extended stays in the Prem (e.g. Fulham, Bolton). We're a lot better off than Brighton or Hull, however.