European Super League Leaks

BigDaveCUFC

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You notice where most of the greed comes from when five of the 11 are English clubs.

It can never work but let them do it, it will murder them because in their own respective leagues than can become good and important.

In this some become average or even poor. Man united for example could easily be bottom with their poor management then see their appeal, fan base and commercial options decline.

Same with any as it would be an even Stevens league of cash.

Could Bayern thrive finishing constantly 8-11 every year, would Real Madrid still stay the same global power base if they finished bottom half constantly.

Just doesn’t work but Americans will chuck tonnes of money at it to try
 

mistermagic

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Agree with Carlisle boy and hope they give it a try, realise it doesn't work and become miserable and come back with their tails between their legs and recognise that the current system works just fine.
If that crash could also make match tickets more affordable then that would be grand. It's not like they need ticketing revenue. No Premiership club does for a start.
 

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Good riddance. No FA Cup no League Cup for them, and if they want back into the English tier system they start back at the bottom like the likes of AFCW, Darlo, etc.
 

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I think the fans would soon get bored of playing the same top teams each week actually - after all only one team could win each season.
 

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