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Just now, petcharlie said:

I can not disagree with you about The Prem I to feel it is not a patch on the Championship.One of the main things that is wrong with the prem and there are a few is it being such an uneven league.One thing I feel that would improve it is a scheme that operates in the Championship which is a FFP scheme maybe Bolton would still be on a sound financial footing .As it stands you do not have to be a genius to name the six top clubs in the prem at the end of NEXT years season.In the Championship things are not as predictable making for a much more interesting competition .The prem on the other hand is getting boring and so predictable the cup final was a prime example 6.0. I ask you it is the first time I switched a cup final off BORING NO MATCH.We will have a top flight league very much like Scottish football has which is just has predictable which must get boring for the fans of other clubs knowing very well who will win the league come September.If the guys in charge do nothing which I am sure that is what they will do nothing you could be right the game could start to die just like the pubs have but do not hold your breath they are to busy grabbing the money of Sky and Virgin to bother.

Agreed, when Manchester City and Liverpool finish 40+ points above the team in 7th you've got problems.

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2 hours ago, Brooker11 said:

Agreed, when Manchester City and Liverpool finish 40+ points above the team in 7th you've got problems.

Exactly right don't get me wrong I am so pleased that my club has been promoted  because if you are successful that's what happens but I feel we are not going to be playing for anything other than avoiding being relegated and in a funny sort of way that would be better.At least you are playing for something even if it is to avoid the drop.Being mid table with not a cat in hell's chance of going any further seems pointless you are just making up the numbers.Playing to avoid the drop at least gives your matches a purpose and gets the adrenaline going .

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33 minutes ago, petcharlie said:

Exactly right don't get me wrong I am so pleased that my club has been promoted  because if you are successful that's what happens but I feel we are not going to be playing for anything other than avoiding being relegated and in a funny sort of way that would be better.At least you are playing for something even if it is to avoid the drop.Being mid table with not a cat in hell's chance of going any further seems pointless you are just making up the numbers.Playing to avoid the drop at least gives your matches a purpose and gets the adrenaline going .

Good luck m8 should be a great experience every team should have at least one season playing the big boys

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34 minutes ago, petcharlie said:

Exactly right don't get me wrong I am so pleased that my club has been promoted  because if you are successful that's what happens but I feel we are not going to be playing for anything other than avoiding being relegated and in a funny sort of way that would be better.At least you are playing for something even if it is to avoid the drop.Being mid table with not a cat in hell's chance of going any further seems pointless you are just making up the numbers.Playing to avoid the drop at least gives your matches a purpose and gets the adrenaline going .

Its quite sad that the top flight has come to this unfortunately, money dominates and without billions or a one off like Leicester you just can't compete.

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7 hours ago, Brooker11 said:

Once it starts to affect more clubs then yes, its a possibility. Who is actually gaining from these rules?

My point is, which club is going to be brave enough to take the EFL to court?

 

Surely that would be like taking your boss at work to court, but expecting him to keep you on afterwards.

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Always said from bottom 6 down ye there to make the numbers up and to get the odd great result staying there is the priority for most of them..

But its great entertainment while ye there..

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Its worth noting that Championship clubs voted in favour of  the Profit and Sustainability rules  that some on here are not happy with.

Maybe your complaints shouldn't be directed towards the EFL.

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2 hours ago, atticus said:

Its worth noting that Championship clubs voted in favour of  the Profit and Sustainability rules  that some on here are not happy with.

Maybe your complaints shouldn't be directed towards the EFL.

Its also worth noting that whilst at the moment it doesn't affect some clubs in time it will, then it will be challenged.

3 hours ago, Grappler said:

My point is, which club is going to be brave enough to take the EFL to court?

 

Surely that would be like taking your boss at work to court, but expecting him to keep you on afterwards.

It wont be one it will be a few together.

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