Fine. I expect the owners and board to make decisions that will broadly benefit themselves and the club and I don’t always expect to agree with them.
The point here though is that the owners and board agreed with the concept of a European franchise league even if they had doubts about the...
It will be legally challenged, it’s restraint of trade...you won’t counter this with stunts that can be circumvented.
UEFA, PL need a coherent, viable alternative that gives the 12 clubs pretty much what they want otherwise they will press ahead.
The ESL will happen, the only points open to...
If an ESL match coincides with a PL match then City field a second string for the PL match which triggers the wrath of broadcasters who are paying billions for PL rights and not a City B team.
Playing silly buggers will get UEFA, PL, et al precisely no where.
Now you’re talking...apologies if already posted.
‘UEFA is preparing a counter-attack in the Super League. UEFA is working with english investment fund to come up with new LOC that would have a starting budget of 4.5 billion € but which could go up to 7 billion.‘ @RCMSport
Yeah, City going back to UEFA isn’t an option. That just hands them the knife to gut us with. For better or worse, City have to see this through until there is either a ESL or a UEFA sanctioned version based on the ESL club’s terms.
Yeah, so what is the counter offer? You want us back in the fold, you want us to abandon a franchise model and control of how it operates, you want us to pass on a £350m signing on fee? So what‘s your offer? A public finger wagging?