That should provide the Premier League to ward off the threat of a European Super League. Nothing. Not really nothing. Less than nothing A salary cut.
Industry experts say the danger of an outlier is only a bargaining tool for European elite clubs, who are looking for a bigger share of soccer in football. Well, if it's the negotiation you want, let's negotiate.
Here's our position If you want to be part of a European Super League, go. Just do not think that you can be part of our league. or the FA Cup; or another domestic competition.
The Premier League should offer nothing to stop teams leaving for a European Super League
If your league goes down, as it does, because it's artificial and boring, essentially uncompetitive and the fans will hate it, do not think you can come back to us with the same deal as before.
Junior partner You will be. Half a vote at the meetings, half of the money when we split the loot at the end of the season.
You have to take it, because the alternative will be to return to your empty, meaningless league or travel the world like the Harlem Globetrotters playing show games for Charlie Stillitano, against all the other clubs that are too greedy to join know they were doing a good thing
It shows the lack of imagination at the top of the football pyramid that these threats do not go to bed within 24 hours.
A joint effort by FIFA, UEFA, national associations and national leagues. This could be over by tomorrow afternoon. The reason for this is not that the people at the top of these organizations are too busy figuring out what is needed to develop a coherent initiative that solves the problem.
Any continental league would fail because it quickly becomes artificial and boring for fans
If FIFA announces that players participating in a breakaway league could be excluded from international football, the stars of the series would think again.
If UEFA announces that club members of a breakaway league will be excluded from all European competitions for 10 years, starting with the date on which they will re-apply, the risk will be re-evaluated if they fail.
And when the collective leagues and leagues highlight the punitive measures that the rebels would welcome by depriving them of their influence, their main sources of revenue, and their status in the game, a club leaving the Premier League will not be in the league back Up but down in the league pyramid – it would serve as a reminder of where the power really lies. In the collective and that includes the fans.
For you, the people, this could end before any impulse has a chance to build. Not the armchair fans who invest nothing but subscription fees and the click of a remote control, but the ones who fill the stadiums with noise and color that they can rely on, even if their team is in the thick of it or fails.
The 74,525 who made it to Old Trafford against Everton on October 28; the 60,000 who regularly consume the most expensive tickets in the UK at Arsenal, a club that has not won a championship title for 14 years.
If the proponents make clear that they are not buying the European Super League, the European Super League can not fly. And in the event that someone is stupid enough to have aroused their interest by the prospect of an outlier, you will lose your club.
You will lose your Saturday afternoons, you will lose your days off, you will lose the community and your camaraderie and all the positive things that you take for granted as part of the football package.
European Super League games would take the clubs away from their loyal supporters
This is because the league is partly run by Stillitano and he is already hosting a football tournament for European elite clubs, the International Champions Cup.
Where does it take place? Not near you. Chicago, Klagenfurt, Charlotte, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, East Rutherford, San Diego, Carson, Singapore, Harrison, Nice, Ann Arbor, Miami, Pasadena, Minneapolis, Arlington, Dublin, Faro, Lecce, Landover, Santa Clara and Madrid. This was the venue of the International Champions Cup in 2018. Chelsea won 0-0 at home to Lyon, the only game played on English soil.
And do you think that a breakaway league will be different? Although Old Trafford could hold a derby or a game against a club that made the numbers, Manchester United play against Real Madrid and it is considered a global event that could appear on five continents.
This is a TV league for which a global audience needs to be created. It is sold at a premium, as in boxing. It is also traded to the cities with the highest bids.
When Milan played in Carson United, only 21,742 players showed up. So this is the kind of game that is kept in mind to a local audience, and bitter of its loyalty to filling the hall. But 101,254 watched Manchester United and Liverpool in Ann Arbor. So what are the chances that they will stay away from the East Coast time?
When the deal is completed, it will be too late to protest. Until then, your club will be just another US franchise in a non-descent league – for some – and if crowds do not show up, they can move the games to another location they want.
Why does Manchester need two clubs at all? If the Jacksonville Jaguars can come here, why can not a Premier League club go there? Surely one whose fans do not shop in our beautiful new world.
Any holder of a season ticket who believes that the European Super League is like our own, but more exotic, has not thought it through. Just as the clubs do not believe it, when the fans do not feel betrayed by losing some of their most coveted games in one season.
Real Madrid would be the team to beat after winning the last three Champions League titles
This would be a campaign by Liverpool that will not be the first match against Everton since 1961/62. an Arsenal fixture that would not include a North London derby against Tottenham, an encounter that has missed a season since 1950/51.
These are big games where anticipation of next season's game almost begins with the final whistle of the encounter this season.
What about meetings with rivals from across the country? Manchester United would never play Leeds again. No one with a feel for the soul of football would approve of a change that ended visits to St. James's Park, Elland Road, or the home of the miracle of Leicester.
And no descent for the chosen ones. The leaked version of the Super League's proposal contains the idea that the eleven founding clubs – all the usual suspects from across Europe as well as Chelsea, Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain, all of whom are ashamed – would be safe from relegation the first 20 years.
In other words, it's a license to be ordinary. United could be as mediocre as this season without fear of consequences. The same applies to AC Milan and Real Madrid.
It's football with a huge safety net and therefore no real football at all. It is a blueprint of careerists, executives who have no sense for the sport or those who play and love it. You think you are a jerk, that you pay for every old cabbage as long as star names are attached.
Heaven knows why they meet again and again, because this is a simple stingy plan that could be on the back of a fagot pack. It's football with all the danger and unpredictability, and so football is completely uninteresting.
Fittingly, this is especially a cabal greedy clubs announced that have already destroyed the competition in their own leagues and therefore seek a way out.
Juventus has made Serie A a boredom for fans and they would not win a continental league
Their broadcast revenue is drying up because no one wants to see a procession and they believe that a European league will shake the money tree again.
In fact, they are trapped. Juventus has made boredom from Serie A, but would not be good enough to win a continental league – they have not won a cup in Europe since 1996.
How long would their fans be able to tolerate the status of a team in a new European league, considering that only first place is a success and there is no Champions League consolation prize for those between places two and four come?
How will fans react to trophies when it turns out that there is only one trophy between Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, PSG, Juventus and five Premier League clubs?
Even if the end-of-season playoffs are found in American sports – just because you win the league, that does not mean you win the trophy – there's only one prize. These clubs are associated with nothing but their pursuit of money. If they were to compete for a single prize, they would be weasels in a sack.
The myth is that change is inevitable or that the pilots of such an empty ship must be pacified. Call her bluff. Say goodbye to the memory of what life looks like outside.
It's hard out there. Far tougher than the charlatans of this greedy, spoiled elite. Give them a foretaste and you will not hear from them anymore.
Give Jose his reason for the rise of Martial
Whenever Manchester United fail to score or dry out their strikers, the wallet stays with Jose Mourinho.
His negative tactics keep players back. He sucks Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford's life – see how much better they are in international football. However, if the bad games are his fault, it can not be that he has no influence in the excellent form of Anthony Martial.
It took three years, but he finally lives with his payroll – and with the Terrace Song that speaks of him as if it were a regular event.
Recently, with five goals in the last four Premier League matches, Mourinho has honored his commitment. He can not just be there to blame.
Jose Mourinho deserves the turnaround in the form of striker Anthony Martial
Who is attuned to Bale?
Ryan Giggs admitted that he has not seen much of Gareth Bale for Real Madrid this season because he does not have an Eleven Sports subscription. Who does?
Neville does not allow facts to stand in the way of a good story
It was our history teacher, Mr. Farrar, who has taught the value of working out obscure facts and anecdotes to employ the examiners during the essays.
"If you tell them something they do not know," he advised, "you might even disappoint a little if you do not understand it."
Did you know that Charles II was nicknamed Old Rowley after a well-stocked stallion in the royal stable? Well, you do that now.
As for the massive tool, it's thanks to Gary Neville that he did his homework and carefully reviewed the records until he found two times when Harry Redknapp had a lower profit share than in Valencia. Queens Park Rangers and Birmingham.
Redknapp took over Rangers when they were fourth with four points from twelve games, Birmingham was 20th in the championship, three points removed from the relegation. None of the clubs was really on the rise.
Neville, on the other hand, came five points from the top four in Valencia's league, finishing in 14th, six points in three games after 28 games. If Valencia had scored points under Neville for the entire season, they would have been 19th and would be relegated for the second time in their history.
The spit was because of some derogatory remarks from Neville about Tottenham, to which Redknapp made an exception.
Neville said Tottenham had been spun in the decades before Mauricio Pochettino's arrival. He annoyed Redknapp, who brought the club in the Champions League quarter-final and came from below to the first four. He made a sharp impression of Neville's time in Valencia and advised him to do his homework.
With further investigation Neville might have come to the conclusion that Redknapp's longevity meant he was doing something right. He won Portsmouth's only trophy since 1950, placing West Ham fifth and beating Bournemouth in second place.
He is not Sir Alex Ferguson, but who is that? If Neville finds an owner who can trust him to run a football club again, he could bring the Redknapp record to the same level. Only the 1,367 games left.
The legend of the United Nations Neville said Tottenham has been "spineless and soft" for the last 30 years
Mo the Leo resembles
In Sharm el-Sheikh, a statue was unveiled. It looks like someone is a big fan of Mo Salah or Leo Sayer or Richard Simmons.
Malfunction by robot Probert
The problem with Lee Probert's appearance in Cardiff on Saturday was not that he booked Leicester's Demarai Gray for his goal celebration, but that he missed the biggest decision he had the whole afternoon.
We now know the rules for removing shirts. Most of us do not agree, but we understand that this is a black and white call. When Gray abandoned and betrayed the message "For Khun Vichai" on his underwear, at his discretion he could not use his discretion as usual and had to book it.
He looked embarrassed, but that was his job. If the referees have a priority, the rules must be adhered to.
More alarmingly, however, Probert had previously missed a handball on the line of Sol Bamba, which, if made by Cardiff goalkeeper Neil Etheridge, would have gone down as one of the season's savings would.
So, Probert could do the part of the job that he was behaving like a robot – which anyone can do – but did not demonstrate the skills necessary to give Leicester the right to do what he deserves.
Lee Probert made the headlines in Cardiff after posting Demarai Gray for removing his shirt