Still rather Leeds went down.
It gets worse the following players will be out of contract: Lennon, Bardsley, Cork, Pieters, Stephens, Rodriguez, Barnes, Mee, Vydra, Tarkowski.
Definitely prefer Leeds to go down.Nah simple choice for me, pick any one of the twenty teams in the PL to relegate.
In fact pick any one of the ninety two teams...
The usual, I'm afraid. Bought out with loans secured against the clubHow are Burnley in bother? Been in the PL for years, have a poor ground, training facilities and their record fee is Ben Gibson and Chris Wood at £15M. They have since sold Micheal Keane and Chris Wood for £25M! Something doesn’t add up!
Disagree about Everton. Agree it will be tough whoever comes down. Convinced it will be Leeds. If I were to choose a team it would be Burnley not because I do t like them, I just believe With their financial issues they could fall further.Freeing up all of those wages will be a bonus for them. They'll have the parachute payments for new signings. Some of them will probably resign on championship wages because PL clubs won't be clamouring for them. They'd be the ones I'd suspect are best placed to bounce straight back. Everton would bea car crash. Leeds have saleable assets and I think they'd retain enough good players to go back up.
Watford and Norwich will both be their usual strong championship selves. Gonna be tough promotion battle next year if we don't make it this year.
It sounds like they will need to pay a huge part of it back now they are relegated and the rest of it if they don't go straight back up.Well I guess we’ll now see if this was the case.
How many of their players are out of contract and free agents?They could sell a few players for high fees and buy modest replacements and let a couple go on frees. Thoer squad wilbe be diluted but they should still be a top 6 side next season.
There is a big difference between the Championship and Premier League.