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Will Brexit hurt the Premier League?

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By Kieran CANNING

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I think most fans wouldn't mind a PL that has cheaper tickets, more local talent and lower salaries for players. Brexit or no Brexit, it will still be a very attractive league for foreign players & investors.

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In the event of a no deal Brexit the matches will only be shown in black and white.

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Jacob Rees-Mogg will take charge at Chelsea, a Nigel Farage-led capmpaign will allow players to smoke on the pitch during stoppages, Boris Johnson will be leading racist chants from the home end at Millwall and no teams outside of the south of England will be allowed to exist.

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Jacob Rees-Mogg will take charge at Chelsea, a Nigel Farage-led capmpaign will allow players to smoke on the pitch during stoppages, Boris Johnson will be leading racist chants from the home end at Millwall and no teams outside of the south of England will be allowed to exist.

And the only food available will be chlorinated chicken or hormonal beef.

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