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Yes it is, @skiathospurs beat you to it by about 5 hours on the CL thread.Nice little interview with Bentaleb for anyone that cares.
I often think he's the one that got away under the poch era as he could have been a real quality player for us. I wouldn't be against having him back but my main concern would be his attitude when he's not in the team.Nice little interview with Bentaleb for anyone that cares.
Agreed mate, although i’m not sure what his favoured position is. Sure he’s capable enough across all midfield positions, so with that in mind I wouldn’t see him usurping the first choice three behind Harry but would definitely get plenty of game time. Not sure i’d necessarily trust him as a DM but seem to remember he’s very good on the ball, with a decent passing range, so would’ve been interesting to see him in that role. Oh well, good luck to the fella, seems to have really grown as a man, maybe one day he will come back.I often think he's the one that got away under the poch era as he could have been a real quality player for us. I wouldn't be against having him back but my main concern would be his attitude when he's not in the team.
The value of just players alone,let alone the revenue,stadiums shames me when small clubs are going bankrupt to the tune of a months wages of some players.Yes we are doing great,but some reparations from PL clubs to grass roots and struggling league clubs would be morally correct in a game awash with billions.It does add a bit of perspective. As much as we whine about City etc...i’m going to the League one playoff final tomorrow (couldn’t afford Madrid - not the real story) - would be interesting to see what each team is worth
This apparently had the effect of making them earn only 4:1, rather than 8:1. In the PL, 20th place took £95m in 17/18, and the winners took £150m. That's the equivalent of our 20th place finisher getting £37.5m.The new model sees ten per cent of TV rights revenue given to second-tier Segunda B, with the remaining 90 per cent divided so that 50 per cent is equally shared between the league’s 20 teams, 25 per cent allocated according to results across the previous five seasons, and the final 25 per cent distributed based on metrics such as the number of television subscribers and viewers per match.