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  1. I'd say the bigger issue is that smaller clubs rely on gate receipts to survive, whereas the Premier League clubs don't.
  2. I completely agree in general, but the whole issue at the moment is that nobody can go and support/attend any game.
  3. Dan Bentley would probably struggle if he was played at wing back..! And Christiano Ronaldo is probably a crap linesman..!
  4. Iddividually, of course not, but there's no reason that 5-10%, for example, of the Premier league TV revenue pot couldnt be allocated to a support fund for lower level football. Not sure what the practicalities are, but it's no less an option than the government bailing them out with our money, that has many other things that it needs to help with. The only difference it would make to Premier league clubs is a little less profit, or time to slightly trim back the outrageous sums they spend on transfer fees and wages. IMHO.
  5. Not sure I'd agree with the opposition point. After 3 games, the teams they have played have 4 points between them. Our opponents have 12 points. Not sure that indicates that their opposition have been better than ours.
  6. This. I was surprised at the early replies, suggesting it's not for the Premier league to help out. I'd say that's exactly where the help should be coming from imo, with the money they get given. Way more so their responsibility to save the foundations of football, than the government, who need to be concentrating on helping the NHS and the average working person.
  7. Yes, it seems so, although the league rule wording for these later diciders is worded as being at the end of the season. I think Alphabetical is far fairer at this stage of the season..!
  8. No its not. Its the record in the games between the 2 clubs tied, that season. Obviously that's not yet relevant this season, but that's the next deciding factor, before away goals scored comes into play.
  9. Only 7 of 92 league clubs have won 3 out of 3 games to start the season. However you look at it, its a great start..!
  10. His record since DH has been in charge. 10? League games has been incredible..! How many goals & assists..?
  11. Yes, you could. But there was no intention to make himself bigger to gain an unfair advantage. It literally flicked his arm from inches away and he couldn't even see where the ball was. However, IF the rule was stated as above, then at least the outcome would be clearly explainable, rather than the utter shambles that currently exists. The worse thing for me, is the inconsistency. It should be used throughout football (professional) or not at all. If we had needed a last minute penalty to get something today, there's no way we would have got that, because VAR isn
  12. Agree, of course. Although whilst some wish to belittle our start to the season because we've "only" belated potentially mid table teams - it's worth noting that Norwich, Bournemouth Swansea and Brentford have all failed to beat what could just as easily be described as being "mid table/average" championship teams. Everyone is fully aware that it's nothing other than a good start, but to dismiss the results as meaningless, until we've beaten bigger teams is just daft, when we've not had the opportunity to play them yet. Nobody's cracking open champagne yet, but surely it's OK
  13. Rovers must be delighted that they've burned bridges with us (after Matty Taylor) and delighted that they've refused to have any more transfer dealings between the 2 clubs. Idiots..!
  14. Just seen it. Absolute joke..! Dier couldn't even see the ball. It was behind his head..!
  15. If our Korey Smith replacement, Williams gets injured, we are done for....... Ah OK,..... If Dasilva gets injured, we are screwed...... Oh OK,... If Kalas gets injured, we are screwed..... Oh, hang on..... Maybe we've actually got a squad that is strong enough to cope and is only going to get better as players return - with adequate replacements fo every position.
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