The Premier League Thread 23/24

I wouldn't draw any major conclusions based on one season, especially where Arsenal & City went out on pretty fine margins and Liverpool will win 4-0 tonight.

PL sides won 2 of the 3 comps last season.

IMHO the PL is still the strongest league, largely because of the sheer weight of finance involved - form top to bottom (bar Luton).

Crocodile tears around the PL's PSR rules should be totally disregarded. The PL has more than enough money to be a dominant force in european football.

Arguably the PL does less than other leagues to adjust scheduling to give their sides the best chance of succeeding in Europe, but the ÂŁÂŁ invested means most PL squads are strong enough to mitigate shorter turnaround times either side of european matches.
 
Best league in ther world is a long standing joke. they wont have a club in the semi final of either the Champions league or the Europa cup and even villa are not guaranteed to go through. Sky this morning are blaming the fair play system for preventing the big clubs from strenghtening their squads during the winter transfer period.


Lol they pay about ÂŁ2billion more in wages than the next nearest league.


And they want to be able to distort the European playing field more. YCNMIU.

Im delighted City went out, its only when you see their cheating based outfit play a proper European side that it registers what a horrible project they are.
 
Lol they pay about ÂŁ2billion more in wages than the next nearest league.


And they want to be able to distort the European playing field more. YCNMIU.

Im delighted City went out, its only when you see their cheating based outfit play a proper European side that it registers what a horrible project they are.
Good point, seen as Lolchester account for ÂŁ1.90Bn of that figure, you SMC!
 
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