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Greg2607

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    first game was the Blackburn Play off Final

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  1. no i've only got a small snippet of information, but the above is absolutely the case. Not sure about the ins and outs of the why he is/isn't playing at a higher age group.
  2. Alves is in contract negotiations are the minute with Rudkin, so you don't need to worry about that.
  3. Treat yourself to an Xbox. Get game pass for £10 a month and play to your heart's content. 1st party launches go onto the platform on day 1, for no additional cost. With 23 studios now, that's ALOT of first party games for this generation.
  4. as a long suffering LCFC fan, i STILL go into every game expecting us to lose. I can't shake that feeling. never confident!
  5. I have a feeling history might show us that he is a much better fighter than people realised going into the 1st AJ fight. He has seriously quick hands, strong chin and decent power. If he gets in some form of shape, I think he could be a force. Right now, I think he is a better fighter than Whyte. Whyte get's buzzed ALOT. isn't AJ the only one to ever put RUiz on his back?
  6. I WILL just about agree with you on that..... but honestly...... Has Fury ever really been tested at the absolute highest level?? Don't get me wrong, I love tyson fury, I think he is articulate, I think he is a fantastic boxer who can adopt multiple styles..... last few fights though.... Wilder (granted, massive puncher, but rubbish boxer) Otto Wallin, Tom Schwarz, Wilder again, Pianeta, Seferi, Klitschko, Christian Hamer, Derick Chisora and Joey Abell..... Arguably, only 2 of those are worthy of note. Wilder and Klitschko. AJ's last 10 fights.....Pulev, Andy Ruiz
  7. it will feed his theory that it's the higher ups perpetuating a lie. lol. he has been silenced for trying to reveal the truth. It's got OCG and Line of Duty written all over it! lolol.
  8. Still feels like 2nd place is doable. If man u lost to us and Liverpool we'd be ahead of them in the table assuming we win tomorrow. They can't win the league, they aren't dropping out of the top 4. Who knows how motivated they will be.. .
  9. "rich teams worry that we aren't just going to go away after Jamie Vardy becomes ineffective, so try to buy our players to disrupt us"..... nothing to see here. He isn't going anywhere is he. especially having JUST signed a new deal.
  10. They may well do.... but they are clamouring for a bigger slice of the pie anyway.... This gives them that slice. You could always set a "mimimum" income level for every team. You are never going to get the bigger clubs to actively sign up to something which makes them smaller.
  11. in any market, there are always going to be entities that are bigger and better than others. We've been successful by following a different model haven't we? So why couldn't others try to do the same. Some clubs may do it by investing in their youth setups. Others may do it by buying up cheap talent on free transfers. Some may try to play a different style of football. Ultimately, clubs would have to innovate.
  12. Here is the best solution that still monetises the game for the clubs involved.... The Premier League set up a streaming platform, that they own and run themselves. they can broadcast ALL of the games in a similar way to how amazon did it last year. (they are all shown internationally anyway) Each and every club in the premier league can then have a "season ticket pass" - Let's say this costs £5 per game for every Leicester game... pass the majority of the revenue raised for each season pass over to the clubs. (with a percentage still going to the premier league to d
  13. Well for a start, by being successful. I'm sure our global fanbase grew significantly on the back on the PL title season. People may have signed up to a "digital season ticket" for the following season as a result, increasing our revenues.
  14. "Streaming" in and of itself isn't the issue. It's the fragmented nature of it and the fact that it's a lottery as to whether your team get shown or not. Here is the best solution that still monetises the game for the clubs involved.... The Premier League set up a streaming platform, that they own and run themselves. they can broadcast ALL of the games in a similar way to how amazon did it last year. (they are all shown internationally anyway) Each and every club in the premier league can then have a "season ticket pass" - Let's say this costs £5 per ga
  15. So given that all 12 clubs resigned from the ECA, what happens next?? A good punishment is to not re-instate them isn't it? give them LESS of a say in the governance of the game at the highest level. maybe a more democratic view would exist then??
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