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1 hour ago, Sparks Rover said:

Brentford should come look at ours, its frickin massive....although Mogadon would have you believe the opposite 

Twice you've made me spit my brew out you bastard! 🤣. So true though, what fecking planet are they on?....More to the point, do they think that we all believe the Moon is made out of Black Sticks Blue with a tinge of Stilton?

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40 minutes ago, roverandout said:

Its still the English football league. But I dont want to get into this argument.  

It's also the England cricket team - which includes players from Wales

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ESL match commentary in the not too distant future?

 

And there we have it folks, the first quarter of Real Madrid v Liverpool.

Real used four Coca Cola Time Outs and have 3 remaining. Liverpool’s offensive trio have been unbelievable against the defensive quarterback starlet, Valverde.

Coach Gerard will be happy with his team’s performance but must be ruing the missed opportunity of signing Valverde during this seasons Sony Entertainment Draft.

We’ll be back with you after commercials and we have entertainment from Lil Nas who will be performing his new hit, ‘Controversial’ in front of the packed crowd here in Doha. 

You’re watching the AT&T & JP Morgan European Super League bought you by ESPN. 

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Not much in it for City. If anything the current model benefits them far more. 

As I said fear and greed and City have little need for either. It's why I am surprised Juventus have signed up and why I don't think PSG and Bayern haven't as they already dominate their leagues. 

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1 hour ago, roverandout said:

Its still the English football league. But I dont want to get into this argument.  

I wasn't writing an in depth editorial piece on the issue. I was scrambling a reply in between Microsoft Teams meetings. But you are indeed correct.

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Its great that Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp have come out against these Super League plans, and its appears the players are against it. 

Its great the Government will do anything to stop this Super League from happening including any Legislation needed. 

Also good to see fans putting up banners outside their club's stadiums. 

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21 minutes ago, Hasta said:

I wasn't writing an in depth editorial piece on the issue. I was scrambling a reply in between Microsoft Teams meetings. But you are indeed correct.

Yes thanks. Let's leave it at that

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2 hours ago, Blue blood said:

 It's why I am surprised Juventus have signed up 

Agnelli at Juventus is one of the most slippery characters of the lot, he’s been right behind something like this for a while. 

When Atalanta first qualified for the CL a couple of years ago he openly spoke out about how they basically shouldn’t have qualified as they have no European history. Proper weapon that guy. Atalanta of course went on to progress further than Juve in the CL that season which was brilliant. And on Sunday, the day of the announcement, they beat Juve 1-0 and overtook them in the league meaning Juve might not qualify for the CL next season. 

So it’s no surprise they’re involved but you’d like to think, given the Agnelli family have owned Juve since 1923, that he’d appreciate history and genuine competition a little more than all the American etc owners behind it. 

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2 hours ago, Blue blood said:

Not much in it for City. If anything the current model benefits them far more. 

As I said fear and greed and City have little need for either. It's why I am surprised Juventus have signed up and why I don't think PSG and Bayern haven't as they already dominate their leagues. 

Juventus were losing money even before Covid (about 30m euros the last full season with fans) and last year they recorded a loss of 82m euros.

They have total debt approaching 400m euros.

It makes total sense that when someone waved a cheque for £350m at them they were up for a Super League.

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Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus are all in the shit financially. They are the driving forces, well I'm pretty sure they'll be left wanting.

It's Blackburn, Preston, Burnley: it's where it all began!

Go and play on your own, you foreign two hats and leave us Brits alone to dominate because we have a product that you are all envious of.

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Reports that Citeh are following suit. However, this can't be left - there needs to be sanctions on all involved even if they try to snake their way back in because they will no doubt make similar moves as soon as they possibly can.

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