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|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by kiddkash(m): 9:12am On Apr 20|
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by Whitecoal711: 9:15am On Apr 20|
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by valencia25(m): 9:19am On Apr 20|
I think the Circle goes on... Midtable teams get to play UCL, and Lower teams participate in Europa.
What a terrible sight....lol
Brighton Vs Eibar
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by Gokoyer0(m): 9:22am On Apr 20|
It's should be "what an unending issue".
Awon attention seeker gang
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by BabaIbo: 9:22am On Apr 20|
At least those businesses are sole businesses that is they don't have anybody on their necks.
If you have any opportunity of taking actions that will direct customers to your business, won't you take the step to save your biz?
Will you tell Salah, Mane, de bruyne and Co that their is no money to pay them and they will laff and hug you?
Do you know most of those players are refusing pay cut?
Fans like you will still push them to sign top players as I'd you all opened a go-fund me account for thwm, with which money will they buy the players?
Someone invested billions of dollars in something and you are expecting to siddon look as the thing is crashing in his or her presence without taking any step?
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by Moraler: 9:38am On Apr 20|
If ESL formation has undertone, it seems more like protest/revolt against world football governing body. Now they can see importance of fan and some key players over price....
If they ESL club and competition rules are not subject to world football governing body, they have to be squash soonest to avoid damages to original designs rules.....more like ESL becomes sell of gamers....
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by kiddkash(m): 9:40am On Apr 20|
Whitecoal711:its not a typo. you might have known it, but you didn't present it well.
it was a mistake. own it
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by ebuka10box(m): 9:48am On Apr 20|
MOTOPARK:my broda if u watch that game ,u go know say dem fix am draw
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by HopeSpencer: 9:53am On Apr 20|
They are going bankrupt...so they are now generating money from betting. Even Leeds vs Liverpool game yesterday was fixed. I told someone Liverpool won't win and they didn't.
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by Whitecoal711: 10:12am On Apr 20|
Your type like argument
Use am go bank go collect money
See how aggressive you are
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by kiddkash(m): 10:14am On Apr 20|
Whitecoal711:hahaha don't take it personal. just trying to have expensive fun this morning
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by Whitecoal711: 10:17am On Apr 20|
kiddkash:Love your,life is too short for shh..t
Collect any drink of your choice at any bar close by,bill on me
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by IGoComotYaTeeth: 10:19am On Apr 20|
SoBright101:copy and paste! have some shame
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by larryjonze: 10:21am On Apr 20|
The most feasible way out is pay cut to those players already i strongly believe they are been over paid, if all club management unite to enforce a pay cut nothing those player can do.
whatever covid did to FIFA will still happen with super league because we are talking pandemic here ... to save time, energy and resources the most viable option is a temporary pay cut.
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by alfredilly: 10:24am On Apr 20|
SoBright101:This plan has been on before the outbreak of covid-19. I remember toward the end of 2018-19 season when debate on it got intensified. Are small club not also affected by covid-19. Is it by excluding the small one that football will be saved. Foolish people.
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by Athemisia: 10:26am On Apr 20|
Whitecoal711:Give the small teams cash?? shey you get money ni?? go and give them cash... awon cash giver..
these clubs owners are protecting their own investment... UEFA is only angry because of their own financial interest in these big clubs too...
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by alfredilly: 10:27am On Apr 20|
Bro, that covid was a lame excuse. The plan has been on before the pandemic. I in 2018 /19 season when a schedule was fix for it to kickstart.
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by EagleNest(m): 10:32am On Apr 20|
You made a good point. Where is the interest of fans in all these? What will fans had preferred?
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by Nobody: 10:33am On Apr 20|
Real Madrid was in debt before covid..barca was over a billion in debt before covid...apart from fans going to the make money from sponsorships...tv revenue..ads and none of those stopped
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by Nobody: 10:35am On Apr 20|
What interest.....what exactly is cheksea protecting..during the pandemic,Chelsea remained buoyant due to their business model....know what you talk about
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by EagleNest(m): 10:36am On Apr 20|
My point is that the money paid to these stars are excessive. Yes, they generate money for the club but their salary and perks are abnormal. I doubt if the likes of Diego Maradona with all their magical prowess were paid this mad money.
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by Nobody: 10:37am On Apr 20|
Perez..Berlusconi and angelli floated this idea 20 years ago which led to the new champions league formatt that was later put in place by the uefa president, johanssen
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by Nobody: 10:37am On Apr 20|
Response to your second point: are they asking for palliatives to keep paying exorbitant fees or are they asking for palliatives like every other tax payers that got half of what they deserved? ( I asked because I am not privy to their demands and from your response I can only infer that they want money to keep receiving fat cheques while the rest of the world are cutting down for the greater good)
To your third point: yes contractual agreement is nothing to renege on, you will face a swift push back with all sort of litigations. But let me tell you, last year a friend of mine works full time when the COVID hit, he still collects his full time pay but he discussed with his landlord that he had to work from home and was on technical unemployment ( which wasn't the case because he can do his job 100 per from home). His landlord set aside his contract and asked him to per 75per of the rent for three months. The point of this is that most contract can be renegotiated in good faith. Maybe we need to know the inner working of the club, this will give us an idea on why the player threatened to leave. Maybe management want to cut other people's pay without adjusting theirs. Have you considered that could be the case? If I have the power personally I would not give up a cent of my salary if management refused to adjust theirs as well.
How are you certain that UEFA isn't doing anything about it? I have been opportuned to be in the inner working of an organization. A times that an agreement has not been reach on how to move forward does not mean something isn't being done. I also can not say for sure whether UEFA is being unfair until we are privy to details of those close doors meetings.
My argument with you steams from closing of stadium or not which we have agreed upon.
That aside, why I think the ESL is a bad idea is that it will give exclusive access to big teams. This will not only kill talents but will affect talents from poor countries the most. Majority of the talents from poor countries started off from small team that had the opportunity to play on big stage. If the big stage becomes restricted to only the haves what happens to the future of the have-nots?
Even in business a times you have to put the overall objectives and long term gain into consideration.
Like I said in one of my previous responses, I am not a football fan I am only using common sense here. But if you are able to explain to be how ESL will not be disadvantaged to mostly talents from poor countries like African I will appreciate it.
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by Nobody: 10:39am On Apr 20|
Who made it excessive...the same clubs thst demanded and paid for it..you don't see dortmund going about saying fir the good of the game,let's sell Haaland for 5 mil..nope...Madrid will come and bid 100 mil..just like chelsea..utd and barca but yea let's blame others
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by Nobody: 10:40am On Apr 20|
Also....do you think of enjoy watching my stupid denver Broncos team participate in tournaments,be bad with no consequences....get that NBA,NFL concept out of football
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by BabaIbo: 10:56am On Apr 20|
From your first two paragraphs, I think you should let the clubs be and focus more on the players.
If the clubs want to cut but the players don't want pay cut, what will you do? Force them, I guess you would not want to try that.
If UEFA took necessary steps, there is no way you won't read about it in the news, because they will surely use it as excuse in order to make those clubs look bad and also win public sympathy.
I'm not the one you are arguing with over stadium closure, I only responded to your response to the guy that mentioned closed stadium, simply because you tried using covid as reasons while these clubs should continue running despite their challenges and you're still against their actions(ESL) to help themselves out of that challenges.
Maybe you should read on how that body against them is formed or some other football competitions, you will understand better.
Again, every industry has their working principles, there are things you don't just decide to use common sense on.
I have worked in organizations in the past, and I know what I'm saying.
Infact, I stopped working for others as a result of payment issue.
The owner called us(the top earners) for a meeting and he told us he can no longer afford to pay us since the company is not making enough money to cater for that, he said he has been running it with his own personal money, that he can no longer do that, he paid us off and everyone went their ways.
Can you use such style in football? Call the clubs top earners(who are probably the main stars), pay them off and tell them to go. Which players will they play with? Feeders team?
It may work in banking industry but it won't work in oil industry.
Banks can cut their labour size and operate from few branches, but oil companies can't sack their expatriates, it is either they replace them or they meet the agreed terms. I don't know maybe you get the point I am trying to make using day to day lives.
Note: By Oil companies, I mean those that do exploration not petrol stations.
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by larryjonze: 11:05am On Apr 20|
whether the covid excuse is lame or not the reality on ground is football clubs are running @ loss and if the situation is not address on time most clubs will not be able to meet the financial obligations.
Therefore, i expect Fifa to sit with these clubs and come up policy thats will cuisine the effect of pandemic,like i said there best option for now is pay cut. even under a norm economy €350k per week is insane & outrageous
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by Classickj(m): 11:11am On Apr 20|
Addme:The ESL is here to replace the ucl for the big team... So no more ucl for the big team... The money in ESL is much compare to the money in ucl
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by BabaIbo: 11:12am On Apr 20|
They are in such debt in normal situation, now imagine what their debt will be like during and after covid, considering the fact that their strength of servicing the debt would have reduced due to empty stadiums etc.
When you have a business and you're running into debt, do you sit down and watch expecting the situation to change so that you can clear it and if it doesn't change you allow it to pile up or you take steps on clearing the debt.
You funny, so those companies sponsoring them are on a charity mission, right?
Or you think they receive TV rights revenue directly?
Read more on how the TV right revenue is shared abeg, before assuming the money enters their accounts directly.
It's simple, the demand to spend is increasing and the income is reducing. So, they need something that can can give them such money.
Those clubs are people's businesses or investments, they have shareholders, hope you know?
Why do you think dangote is taking his time before bidding for Arsenal? If it is easy he would have done it straight-up na.
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by DAVE5(m): 11:16am On Apr 20|
The thing that’s killing club revenues are price of players and weekly wages, but it’s those same big clubs that escalated the prices of the so called players to the point where they themselves can’t cope
What do I know sef abeg?
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by udemzyudex(m): 11:17am On Apr 20|
You daft I swear.
people no dey go market?
people no dey go mosque or church?
Dem don dey hold party, if na politics you go see people dey gather for campaign but e reach football now covid dey abi?
See your life for outside.
|Re: Florentino Perez: We Made The Super League To Save Football by Nobody: 11:20am On Apr 20|
Wtf are you talking about..who created the level of crazy spending...I don't see Westhampton spending crazy money on players..Madrid..chrlsea..utd and city continously spend recklessly on stupid transfer fees but yea let's Blane their lack of foresight on others
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