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  • TonTon
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    Damn, the paywall has kicked in now. I should have copied and pasted the whole thing. Sorry.

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  • Rogin the Armchair fan
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    Who are the other three of the nine? Everton and who?

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  • TonTon
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    If its true that Parry is signed up to this then he must be sacked.

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  • Tratorello
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    Just fuck off to your European Super League and let the rest of us enjoy domestic football again.

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  • sw2borshch
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    Can't they have breakaway PL of the current seven Sky clubs? The other thirteen fold back into the EFL, they may end up with about the same TV money anyway.

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  • Capybara
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    Yes, and don't forget that four of those fuckers with another fucker - Everton - gave us the premier league in the first place at a time when the other two of those fuckers were barely good enough to stay in the top division. Fuckers.

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  • TonTon
    started a topic The latest plans to destroy football in England

    The latest plans to destroy football in England

    So the Telegraph has a World exclusive: Man Utd and Liverpool driving 'Project Big Picture' - football’s biggest shake-up in a generation


    The Daily Telegraph can reveal the details of the working document “Revitalisation” authored by Liverpool’s American ownership Fenway Sports Group with support from United. It anticipates the backing of the other members of the so-called big six, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur.

    The nine clubs who have been in the Premier League for the longest - which includes the big six - would dictate its running in every aspect and would be free to play more games in the expanded Champions League that is anticipated from the 2024-2025 season onwards.

    As well as the Premier League dropping from 20 clubs to 18, there would be 24 in each of the Championship, League One and League Two making a total of 90.

    The plan is supported by the EFL chairman Rick Parry who has held talks with Liverpool’s principal owner, the American investor John W Henry, and shareholder and director Mike Gordon. In addition, Parry has spoken to the Glazer family, who own United.
    Fuckers.
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