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    The whationship?
    It's a competition where BIG – some would say MASSIVE – clubs fight it out to get to the Promised Land. Only I've just had a look and the likes of Villa, Birmingham and Norwich don't seem to be doing that well.

    In all seriousness, I was a bit shocked to see them all down there Birmingham FOUR points from six games? Harry soon OUT?

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      The deal gives EFL clubs an average of 1.7m per season.

      Very helpful, especially to smaller clubs, but a drop in the ocean compared to the 100m PL deal.
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      I can see a future not very far away where every game, at least from the top two divisions can be accessed live by anyone on any device on a subscription basis.


      As for any falling attendances in the top two flights, that could be minimised by vastly lowering admission costs and clubs thinking of other revenue raising activities.
      Exactly this, televise all games especially in the prem but lower ticket prices to 20s plenty to keep the attendances up.
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      It's a competition where BIG some would say MASSIVE clubs fight it out to get to the Promised Land. Only I've just had a look and the likes of Villa, Birmingham and Norwich don't seem to be doing that well.

      In all seriousness, I was a bit shocked to see them all down there Birmingham FOUR points from six games? Harry soon OUT?
      FOUR from seven now.

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