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    Marcelo Bielsa..............

    Marsellie - He resigned
    Lazio - two days after appointment he resigned
    Lille - terminated.............

    But for Leeds a wonderful Job - May be his mission from God is to bring back leeds to EPL


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    Marcelo Bielsa deserves huge applause too.
    He is instrumental in bringing Leeds United back to EPL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BangaloreaN View Post
    these playoffs are unwanted, just let the third placed team qualify.
    Promoting from Championship to PL is huge , money wise
    They just want to make it more dramatic , play-off final at Wembley ...then promoting to PL..the drama ..broadcast revenue.. etc..

    In Germany it is little bit different , 17th & 18th will get relegated ( Total of 18 Teams only ) ...the 16th placed in Tier 1 to play a 'relegation play-off' with third placed team in Tier 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggs View Post
    Promoting from Championship to PL is huge , money wise
    They just want to make it more dramatic , play-off final at Wembley ...then promoting to PL..the drama ..broadcast revenue.. etc..

    In Germany it is little bit different , 17th & 18th will get relegated ( Total of 18 Teams only ) ...the 16th placed in Tier 1 to play a 'relegation play-off' with third placed team in Tier 2
    Yes, I know the Bundesliga system and do not like it.
    The advantage is always with the Bundesliga side in such encounters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggs View Post
    Promoting from Championship to PL is huge , money wise
    They just want to make it more dramatic , play-off final at Wembley ...then promoting to PL..the drama ..broadcast revenue.. etc..

    In Germany it is little bit different , 17th & 18th will get relegated ( Total of 18 Teams only ) ...the 16th placed in Tier 1 to play a 'relegation play-off' with third placed team in Tier 2
    Broadcast revenue is a a big thing in English football.

    Different governing bodies complicate things too.

    EPL sold the satellite rights of Premier League Star Sports in India, digital rights to Facebook.

    Football association (FA) sold satellite rights of FA Cup to Sony Sports Network in India.

    EFL sold digital and satellite rights of Championship and EFL cup to Jio TV.
    Jio uses Network18 channels like MTV Beats and VH1 to telecast some EFL cup matches, no TV broadcast for Championship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BangaloreaN View Post
    Yes, I know the Bundesliga system and do not like it.
    The advantage is always with the Bundesliga side in such encounters.
    Yes , Werder Bremen who finished 16th won the play-off and retain Bundesliga status ..but the match was very tight ..escaped on away goals

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    Brentford v Fulham
    The richest game in football

    Brentford and Fulham facing each other for a place in the Premier League and an estimated 160million windfall

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    Brentford's BMW
    Said Benrahma, Bryan Mbeumo, Ollie Watkins
    The trio have scored 58 goals between them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggs View Post


    Brentford v Fulham
    The richest game in football

    Brentford and Fulham facing each other for a place in the Premier League and an estimated 160million windfall
    I wish Brentford makes it.

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    Brentford to earn over $200 million in additional revenue in event of Premier League qualification, says study


    If Brentford survive their first season, the additional revenue would rise to 265 million pounds ($345 million) over five years.
    London: Brentford can earn more than $200 million over three years in additional revenue by beating west London rival Fulham on Tuesday to secure a return to English football's top division after a 73-year absence, according to an analysis by accountancy firm Deloitte.
    The League Championship playoff final at Wembley Stadium is the most valuable single match in world football because it earns a place in the Premier League.
    The additional 160 million pounds ($208 million) Brentford could earn is made up of an estimated 85 million pounds in central broadcasting distributions, and parachute payments over the 2021-22 and 2022-23 seasons of 75 million pounds if they ar relegated after a single season in the Premier League, Deloitte said.
    If Brentford survive their first season, the additional revenue would rise to 265 million pounds ($345 million) over five years.
    The club, who last played in the top tier in the 1946-47 season, is moving into a new 17,250-seat stadium.
    Fulham would receive around 135 million pounds over three years if it's promoted. The amount is reduced because Fulham is currently in receipt of parachute payments after its relegation to the Championship in 2019.
    The playoff final should have been staged in May but was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Clubs have been hit by a lack of match-day revenue with games closed to fans since the restart in June.
    Given the recent impact of COVID-19, it is likely that the financial impact of promotion will be better received than ever before, said Tim Bridge of Deloittes sports business group. The increased revenue provides these clubs with the platform from which they can develop on and off the pitch."


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