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14 hours ago, Hotmale 1954 said:

I'm fed up of billions for this, billions for that, the Sunday Times Rich List , Messi's wages, Ronaldo's wages, HS2, Very poor players' thousands of pounds a week, Elitism, Bentleys, Ferraris, Mansions, Billionaires, growth, competition, raging Capitalism, snobbery and 'I'm considerably richer than you mentality. This HS2 business highlights all that is wrong with the Country today.

The rewards for football should be Medals, Silverware and  International Competition. Not buying up half the countries best players and not playing them. Indeed, not even seeing them, in Chelsea's case.

As each day goes by, I become less interested. 

 How can anyone disagree, i can,t.

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23 minutes ago, abbeyedges said:

Totally agree with you.

 

BUT the one person who wanted to use wealth to attract success was Mr Chansiri. 

People like the Chansiris, Musk, Besos, Branson, Murdoch and all of that ilk, are the engine behind the greed. They influence Governments to make decisions to suit the richest 2% and therefore, policies are made to keep them 'up there' and us 'down there'

I've said many times that I don't want Wednesday to ever buy any sort of success. Blackburn bought the Title, Chelsea bought almost everything. Man City bought everything else. Man U and Wednesday bought 'seconds' and the results are clear to see. United, as yet, have spent nowt to achieve plenty.

I've far more respect for Wilder and United (at the moment) than I will ever have for Man City, Man U, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal, Barca, Real Madrid, or any of the 'Global Brands'.  Every club should be forced to adopt United's recent strategies and methods, and then we'd see what standard, pride driven Leagues we'd get. They'd be much better, more affordable, competitive competitions that's for sure.

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On 13/02/2020 at 11:58, Hotmale 1954 said:

People like the Chansiris, Musk, Besos, Branson, Murdoch and all of that ilk, are the engine behind the greed. They influence Governments to make decisions to suit the richest 2% and therefore, policies are made to keep them 'up there' and us 'down there'

I've said many times that I don't want Wednesday to ever buy any sort of success. Blackburn bought the Title, Chelsea bought almost everything. Man City bought everything else. Man U and Wednesday bought 'seconds' and the results are clear to see. United, as yet, have spent nowt to achieve plenty.

I've far more respect for Wilder and United (at the moment) than I will ever have for Man City, Man U, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal, Barca, Real Madrid, or any of the 'Global Brands'.  Every club should be forced to adopt United's recent strategies and methods, and then we'd see what standard, pride driven Leagues we'd get. They'd be much better, more affordable, competitive competitions that's for sure.

 

It will never change until they start a euro league for the likes of city and other 'top' European sides so that sky and everyone takes the money to that, maybe then we'll get the domestic league's back to how they should be

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11 hours ago, NERVY-OWL said:

It will never change until they start a euro league for the likes of city and other 'top' European sides so that sky and everyone takes the money to that, maybe then we'll get the domestic league's back to how they should be

Hit the nail on the head here!

 

This would be 100% my preference! Remove the big guns from the league and create this elite league that they heaped on about for decades.

 

My only concern being how this would impact international football really. The Premier League would then probably calm itself down in terms of finances!

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3 hours ago, cmonkes said:

Hit the nail on the head here!

 

This would be 100% my preference! Remove the big guns from the league and create this elite league that they heaped on about for decades.

 

My only concern being how this would impact international football really. The Premier League would then probably calm itself down in terms of finances!

Not too fussed about the England team so not too bothered but you'd think other nations would have the same issues  anyway. Still wouldn't stop players in those teams turning out for England though so would hopefully not effect it

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