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It’s not without a sense of irony that the high cost of tickets for Premier League matches was thrust into the spotlight by Manchester City supporters. The £62 ticket price for a ticket to watch their team play away to Arsenal was no more than Man United, Chelsea, Liverpool or Spurs have had to pay… Continue reading >

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This week has seen the credibility of UEFA’s Financial Fair Play again called into question, this time by Arsene Wenger. When the regulations were originally announced, the intention of UEFA was that clubs would no longer be able to spend recklessly in pursuit of success, and that clubs’ maximum allowed expenditure would be based on… Continue reading >

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Scotland’s defeat to Spain was hardly a shock. Spain are unbeaten at home in competitive matches since June 2003, and it’s six years since they failed to win a qualifier on home soil. The result, combined with the Czech Republic winning in Lithuania, confirmed Scotland will be absent from a major tournament once again. In… Continue reading >

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Barcelona’s claim for comparison with the greatest club sides in history increased with their Champions League win at Wembley on Saturday. The manner in which Man United were outplayed in a major final was even more impressive than Barca’s efforts when the sides met in Rome two years ago. But for all of the plaudits… Continue reading >