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exAtyeoMax

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  1. If everyone was in agreement apart from the fans, they’d paint them as mindless yobs...the fans haven’t had any influence on decisions over the last 30 years. It’s very naive to think so, and will be used to manipulate them over decisions in the future.
  2. What kind of manager do you think Klopp and Pep are? I imagine they are straight talking and deal with very high paid youngsters?
  3. A good listen apart from the bit where Ian was muted and couldn’t hear what he was saying about bottlers in the team
  4. The bloke on Radio Bristol just said Steve hasn't even met Nigel yet!
  5. There could be some legal repercussions?
  6. Apparently there are different laws in France and Germany so it could’ve been similar?
  7. https://www.skysports.com/watch/video/sports/football/12282293/owners-arent-as-powerful-as-they-think
  8. An angry mob doesn’t have any financial sway. Yes it would’ve helped but if they had no regard for the legacy fans in the first place! As everyone says, money talks!!
  9. And governments. Johnson could’ve bought in new laws to stop it
  10. The clip from sky highlighted their appalling arrogance. Talking about their disregard for the wider good of football. Kin disgusting
  11. “”The Super League said it would reconsider "the most appropriate steps" to reshape the project.”” from BBC
  12. Bill Shankly’s grandson, Chris Carline, would be happy to see his grandad’s statue removed from its location behind the Kop at Anfield. Speaking to the Liverpool Echo, he said:
  13. …and the answer would be Dean Holden
  14. The Premier League rule that would give the “Other 14” the greatest chance to prevent the ESL breakaway would appear to be Rule L9. Here it is: “Except with the prior written approval of the board, during the season a club shall not enter or play its senior men’s first team in any competition other than: L.9.1 - The UEFA Champions League L.9.2 - The UEFA Europa League L.9.3 - The FA Cup L.9.4 - The FA Community Shield L.9.5 - The Football League Cup or L.9.6 - Competitions sanctioned by the County Association of which it is a member.” As you can see, “Lucrative Europea
  15. Premier League 'vigorously rejects' European Super League plans The Premier League has released a statement making to clear the “Other 14” clubs will do all they can to the six English clubs joining a breakaway European Super League. The statement follows a meeting of the 14 clubs that took place this morning. Here it is in full: The line about “holding shareholders to account under its rules” suggests action may be taken. How far could they go?
  16. Interesting insight from a board member of one of the Super 6 https://www.skysports.com/football/news/12040/12281068/european-super-league-splits-emerge-among-breakaway-clubs-but-one-big-six-board-member-vows-not-to-back-down
  17. “If Boris Johnson is so minded,” says Geof Walker, “he only needs to bring forward a short bill banning any football in England other than matches organised by the FA. Such laws are already in place in France and Germany. That would oblige the owners to expatriate their franchises.” Yes, I wonder if that’s the end goal – matches all over the world played by clubs with no serious geographical base. At that point, I think there’s a strong chance the players refuse to get involved. 8m ago13:27 Now, the content of that “legislative bomb” will need a lot of clea
  18. https://www.theguardian.com/football/ng-interactive/2021/apr/20/david-squires-on-the-plans-for-a-european-super-league
  19. perhaps SL's caution will payoff in the long run?
  20. There was from me but who cares what I think!
  21. https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/sport/football/liverpool-man-united-bristol-city-5318204
  22. I watched it live and really couldn't tell. My first instinct was that it had hit the crossbar because of the trajectory of the ball, and I couldn't believe he would be that stupid to punch it. The commentators didn't think he had touched it. The camera angle is obviously different to the of the officials too.
  23. Surely the clubs won't need such massive squads if they are only playing once a week? It would be a huge gamble for a player to sacrifice all other avenues in order to play in the SL. The EFL will survive, there are enough players to go round.
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