There's loads of stuff endemic in football - cheating, greed, laddism, racism and no doubt corruption but it doesn't make it right does it?
I'm not a moralist, I know the world isn't perfect and I can't even change a few closed minds on here - never mind the real world.
At the end of the day football is just a group of young vastly over paid men kicking a ball about playing a game. If people put a value on that and want to spend their money watching them on the TV - and the TV audience is worldwide - then it becomes all about money.
It always has been - the rich clubs always buy the best players from the poorer clubs - we sold David Jack to Arsenal for a world record fee about a hundred years ago - so it's nothing new.
I don't watch the PL now, so it doesn't really matter much to me if the Super League takes off or not.
There's clearly a market for the ESL otherwise UEFA wouldn't be trying to tinker about with the Champions League to try and stop the clubs setting one up and why should the club owners worry about the fans - look at how Anderson was treated here, even before he stepped through the door!
They mainly are in it for either the money or the vanity, not many at the top table are in it because of the love of the game.
The game is already broken for me when players demand half a million pounds a week to play - ffs as the world gone mad???
How much money can you even spend in your lifetime?
It's just greed and the game isn't about the 'people' that's a myth - it's about money and getting stupidly rich.
Even at little old Bolton we are only doing well because we've paid good money for the likes of Doyle and Sarcevic - they aren't here because we pay peanuts are they?
If Salford would have paid them more they'd be there and not with us - and Salford would be pushing for promotion and not BWFC.
You need to probably do something like they do in the NFL where the crapiest teams from last year get the first pick of the best players - if you want to have a more equal league - but that won't be happening any time soon.
We get what we deserve they say - maybe the ESL is just that because we've already sold football's soul to the PL almost thirty years ago!
Also why are politicians getting involved with football - I'm not understanding this?
They aren't the regulatory body for the game and as far as I can understand things the clubs aren't doing anything illegal if they did set up the ESL.
Am I missing something?