|One wonders 09:32 - Apr 20 with 248 views||Guthrum|
if the support for the ESL among England's traditional "top six" is partly inspired by other teams beginning to threaten their monopoly on the Champions League and Europa League places in the Prem in recent seasons? Leicester, Wolves, West Ham, Everton and a few others.
|One wonders on 09:45 - Apr 20 with 187 views||RegencyBlue|
It does all seem to be about protecting their revenue stream. Failing to qualify for the Champions League costs one of these clubs millions and this way their extra revenue is guaranteed.
I think the football authorities can stop this if they really want to but my worry is that there are mind boggling sums of money involved and FIFA, in particular, have been bought before!
|One wonders on 09:47 - Apr 20 with 175 views||Ewan_Oozami|
American owners - they're very used to closed shop leagues...
|One wonders on 09:47 - Apr 20 with 176 views||J2BLUE|
Why are we swallowing this big six nonsense? Very recently it was the big four. Then City had a fortune thrown at them and on a few titles. Fair enough, they are in. Spurs? Spurs finished second to Leicester and built a new stadium..big six? Certainly not on the field.
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