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After revolutionizing music industry, Spotify's Daniel Ek sets sights on Arsenal

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The two Spanish giants believe they are better than the other Spanish teams, so have a seperate broadcasting deal, which gives them a huge financial advantage over the other teams. Despite this, they still spend ridiculous amounts of money to assemble galactica teams.

That’s why they’re bankrupt - & deservedly so.

The EPL however, share their broadcasting money evenly amongst all the teams.

So it ain’t coming to the EPL

Somebody help me, what is Manu debt ?

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Barca and Real Madrid they are bankrupt.

Same thing coming to the EPL. 

The two Spanish giants believe they are better than the other Spanish teams, so have a seperate broadcasting deal, which gives them a huge financial advantage over the other teams. Despite this, they still spend ridiculous amounts of money to assemble galactica teams.

That’s why they’re bankrupt - & deservedly so.

The EPL however, share their broadcasting money evenly amongst all the teams.

So it ain’t coming to the EPL

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You think owners should be forced to sell for making (what you feel is too much) money? 

I never said it like that.To break it down into easy English since you're not a native,is that the amount of money they make is too good to want to sell the team.Pure and simple. I never said they should sell either.And entitlement? Get over it? You're feeling yourself or what ? To be fair,you had a go so I'll give you that.

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Well, good luck with doing something with arsenal. In that I mean spotify is no longer the leader in streaming and rivals such as youtube music and amazon music offer more for less cash. spotify hasn't really improved that much in the last few years ....take such an approach with a premier league team and they'll be playing Hertford Town f.c , Bishop's stortford f.c. and the like in a few years.

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Yeah good luck with that. The whole thing is about to fall apart, look at Barca and Real Madrid they are bankrupt. Same thing coming to the EPL. All those players on huge contracts, DAZN pulled out of showing the UCL here.. no one is watching these empty games with no fans!

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Unlike the NBA making a racist owner sell the team a few years back,English football officials don't have the juice to make these foreign businessmen sell their teams.They make too much money and unless there are by-laws that can force them to sell,owners will just ride out the storm of criticism,since the PL is the richest football league in the world.

You think owners should be forced to sell for making (what you feel is too much) money? Haha. The typical English football supporters' sense of entitlement over ownership issues just because they support a club makes me laugh. Unless you have a German-style model, you have no say as a fan, get over it.

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Unlike the NBA making a racist owner sell the team a few years back,English football officials don't have the juice to make these foreign businessmen sell their teams.They make too much money and unless there are by-laws that can force them to sell,owners will just ride out the storm of criticism,since the PL is the richest football league in the world.

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