Luke Hildyard writes for new website Football Perspectives on our recent report into the damage done to football by excessive player wages
Football is becoming more expensive, less exciting, and the prospect of the England team replicating the kind of brave attacking play demonstrated by Spain, Germany and Italy at this summer’s European Championship is vanishingly remote.
These were the key conclusions of a recent study by the High Pay Centre on the impact of runaway players wages on the national game. The report lays out in stark terms just how badly the influx of money into football since the establishment of the Premier League in 1992 has been spent.
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