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just think of the potential chaos this could cause...itd be great. shit clubs like everton with their old shed could be bought out, simply update their "ground" slightly, not need to build a new one, and still make fortunes more.

itd be a sad day seeing prem games half empty, but to be fair if the clubs make the dosh on tv rights, then they could even lower prices for tickets, which may allow some working class people to afford football again, whilst keeping the grounds nice and full so they look good on tv. if every prem club got the same increase in wedge, then itd be nice and fair to ***** clubs, but would give the better english teams more chance to gain dominance in european, thatd even increase interest in the prem from abroad if we were more dominant in europe, so again the profits for the prem would increase. as long as they split it so its not all f*cking Sky with the rights itd be great.

all our imported stars eventually decide they wanna go to barca or real...aswell as the better tax rates over there, they are huge names in football. but the rest of the league is shit. the Prem could be number one if it generated more money for the clubs involved, which in return would make more dosh for the prem.


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