The BBC’s football blog, The Score, has put together an in-depth look at the big issues facing the sport of football, from the league’s financial problems to the fallout from the FIFA World Cup and the World Cup qualifying process.
TheScore’s David Loy says the financial situation in the Premier League is now so bad it could lead to the end of the club’s existence.
“The biggest concern is the club is so badly strapped it could be a death knell for any club, and even a club like Liverpool could be in trouble, especially as the league continues to deteriorate,” he says.
“This is one of the big reasons why clubs like West Ham United have struggled to find a sustainable way of staying afloat. “
“They’ve been in the red for some time now. “
They’ve been forced to rely on the largesse of the Premier league to keep themselves afloat, but the league has now collapsed so drastically it would be hard to imagine any other club in the English top flight of English football having a chance.””
They’ve been in the red for some time now.
They’ve been forced to rely on the largesse of the Premier league to keep themselves afloat, but the league has now collapsed so drastically it would be hard to imagine any other club in the English top flight of English football having a chance.”
West Ham United, Southampton and Leicester City are all on the brink of going bust and even if they survive, the league will not be the same.
“They are the exception, not the rule.
There are now clubs in England that could go out of business.”
And there are other clubs in Europe that could not survive if the Premier is shut down.
“For those that want to see clubs continue to operate in England, there is a new way of doing business in the Premiership that is much safer than what has happened here.”
What is it about the Premier Leagues?
The Premier League has been in existence since 1998 and is the third largest football league in the world.
The current season will start in mid-May and the Premiers are currently looking to make a profit of £6.7m for the coming season.
The current league season will see clubs earn a profit on their accounts of £8.1m, and the average club is looking to break even on their operating profits of £9.6m.
If the Premier leagues finances collapse, clubs will be in big trouble.
What can clubs do to make sure they survive?
It is a big ask to survive in a world where you have a football team and fans who pay big money for tickets.
There are many things a club can do to keep the club afloat, such as paying players on a professional basis, having a team stadium and a stadium-like facilities, having an identity and a brand and maintaining the club itself.
There is also the matter of whether you have the resources to keep running the club.
One thing that clubs can do is pay players on-site and in-season.
Another is to have a stadium and get the league licence for that.
And it is important to remember that a club is only as strong as the fans, so the Premier are trying to attract as many fans as possible.
For the Premier, it is also important to recognise that the players and fans of the clubs they support are the future of the sport.
When the Premier’s financial situation becomes dire, that can make it difficult to maintain the team, which could mean that a number of clubs, including Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City, will be forced to liquidate.
A lot can happen in the last three months of the season.
But, if a club has the finances to survive, there are a few things it can do.