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Is the Premier League slipping?; World Soccer Talk Podcast

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This weekend’s edition of the World Soccer Talk Podcast touches on the FA Cup’s third round action before diving into a topic that’s only been address in passing throughout the first four months of this season’s show. Has the Premier League declined? Your answer may depend on how you view decline, or even how you interpret the word “has.” On this episode, host Richard Farley tries to make his case to pundits Laurence McKenna and Nipun Chopra.

Then the panel will look forward to mid-week action in the Premier League, with the league returning from its weekend hiatus on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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  1. Tony

    January 11, 2016 at 2:57 pm

    I don’t understand this debate. Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern (these are the three teams we are really talking about) do better in Europe than the English top clubs because those three clubs have better players. Most of the top players on those teams (Messi, Neymar, Muller, Benzema, James, Iniesta, etc) were never available to the Premier League clubs, and others (Ronaldo), were always going to be in La Liga anyway. Bale is the main exception. At some point (say if the best players in the world at any particular time are from England, North America and Africa vs from Continental Europe and South America), this dynamic will reverse in favor on English teams.

    If you ran an FA Cup style knockout tournament including all teams in Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A and Ligue 1, the Premier League sides would be the most represented in the later rounds because the talent from 3-20 is substantially better than other league’s 3-20. This is because the Premier League as a whole has more money and can buy more players. The amount of money generated by the Premier League generates more investment even in the Championship. There is just more money in the English game.

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