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Old 16-10-2017, 12:19 PM
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Be interesting to see what this does to things. How will Amazon and Netflix package the deals if they win them??

I worry we’ll see the rights broken down further and further meaning us poor punters then need Sky, BT, Amazon and Netflix just to get the live coverage.
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Old 16-10-2017, 12:38 PM
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The European Super League effectively ****s all the clubs in Europe who may qualify for European competitions, its not just ruining our top flight but every nation's. Too much exposure to the top teams playing each other will lose it's 'excitement' and 'value' (to the neutral - I dont watch anything other than Palace) even Man U vs Liverpool was whipped up by the press this week and that only happens twice a season, could you keep up that hype for all these games over a season, people would start to get desensitised to it, and what would have been Inter Milan vs Liverpool would be viewed the same as Palace vs Burnley would now.

Great spectacle two of the breakaway clubs had at the weekend, an exciting nil nil draw... On talksport it sounded like they were trying to make hype for a game that wasnt there, Jim White having whole shows on who are more passionate fans, Liverpool or Man U.... ******* BORING,

Jim White, 'Here we have a Liverpool fan, tell us who is more passionate'
Liverpool Fan 'We are Jim'

Jim White, 'Here we have a Man U fan, tell us who is more passionate'
Man U Fan 'We are Jim'

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Whilst I agree, you have to understand that we're in the minority.
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Whilst I agree, you have to understand that we're in the minority.
If its the premier league the clubs in the minority are actually the 'top 6' are in the minority if it is down to votes 14 to 6, unless Ive misgathered your post?
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If its the premier league the clubs in the minority are actually the 'top 6' are in the minority if it is down to votes 14 to 6, unless Ive misgathered your post?
I think means fans like us, who pay to go and watch football. The money comes from the TV audiences around the world.
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Be interesting to see what this does to things. How will Amazon and Netflix package the deals if they win them??

I worry we’ll see the rights broken down further and further meaning us poor punters then need Sky, BT, Amazon and Netflix just to get the live coverage.
Facebook and Twitter also want some games too for pay per view.
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Personally I'd be in favour of:

1) Cutting the payments clubs who finish lower down the league receive so each league place is worth a lot more.

2) Moving this money into league one & league two (maybe a bit more in the championship but that's already got shit loads of cash floating around).

Always feels weird that the bottom placed teams in the league receive £100 million plus for being a bit shit.

Plus it might keep the mid table teams a bit more interested as the season comes to a finish.
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I agree with the sentiment but dont see how that relates to my post regarding the advent of 6 big fixtures every weekend will result in those big games losing their rarity, and what would have been Palace Vs Burnley would be an equivalent Liverpool Vs Inter in the wider football world.
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Personally I'd be in favour of:

1) Cutting the payments clubs who finish lower down the league receive so each league place is worth a lot more.

2) Moving this money into league one & league two (maybe a bit more in the championship but that's already got shit loads of cash floating around).

Always feels weird that the bottom placed teams in the league receive £100 million plus for being a bit shit.

Plus it might keep the mid table teams a bit more interested as the season comes to a finish.
With that the system the top clubs will pull away, basic money which is even among the 20 clubs (prize money for places on top) is what keeps the league more competitive than other leagues so as La Liga. Already the prize money means you win more moving up a place than winning the FA Cup, does it need to be more?

If you want to cut money to give to the lower leagues, why not take a slice from all the 20 clubs, not the ones that finish bottom half?
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I agree with the sentiment but dont see how that relates to my post regarding the advent of 6 big fixtures every weekend will result in those big games losing their rarity, and what would have been Palace Vs Burnley would be an equivalent Liverpool Vs Inter in the wider football world.
Because the people I'm talking about, who are in the majority, will not care that these fixtures will become more frequent.

They will be happier this way.
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Because the people I'm talking about, who are in the majority, will not care that these fixtures will become more frequent.

They will be happier this way.
So be it.
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