WHO Poll
Q: 2017/18 Brighton (h)
a. If e can stop being the masters of our own downfall we should take 3 points, win
74%
  
b. We seem too flaky at the moment and don't expect an easy game, draw
8%
  
c. We can't put teams away and have a soft underbelly, lose
10%
  
d. Did you know that Eurovision 1974 was held in Brighton and launched ABBA onto the world stage with Waterloo
5%
  
e. I love Friday Night Football, it gives me the chance to show everyone down the local just how big a West Ham nut I am, hat, scarf, shirt, you name it I'll be wearing it
2%
  



El Scorchio 6:11 Thu Sep 28
The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
Up until now at least the TV money has been split fairly between the teams. Now the richest clubs want a bigger slice, and Scudamore is trying to help them get it. One more step toward a league as uncompetitive as Spain or Germany if it happens.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/41431359

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El Scorchio 8:44 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
It's a good idea but they won't as the worry is no-one will go to games any more when they can just buy them all.

They should offer all a team's AWAY games as a season package to a subscriber. That way attendance revenues shouldn't be that affected and they can make additional money from selling away game television packages.

Pub Bigot 8:13 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
Agree with that

PwoperNaughtyButNot 7:59 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
Put every game on the telly as a ppv and split the revenue equally between the two teams.

I'm sure Man Utd vs Arsenal will earn more than Brighton vs Huddersfield but at least it is judged on consumer choice.

That would reduce illegal streamers too. All that arse ache when you could just pay a fiver to watch your team at 3pm on a Saturday.

Hermit Road 7:37 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
Why would the rest vote for it. They need the other 14 to create a league, without a league, Man U v Arsenal is just a friendly and will generate very little income.

Willtell 7:34 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
The top 6 clubs have a point though. It's the £39m a year each club gets for overseas TV rights. All the TV channels really only want Manchester clubs, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham & Liverpool games....

Bournemouth, WBA, Stoke, Watford, Burnley, Huddersfield, and Brighton are hardly big draws around the world. Mind you they need 14 clubs to agree to a change so don't hold your breath....

zebthecat 7:26 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
This is just their way of getting round the FFP rules.
Fuck em

CrowleyHammer 7:24 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
Seems only fair, No one is paying TV Companies to watch Bournemouth V Huddersfield.

J.Riddle 7:19 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
They will get their way eventually, keep chipping away. Probably get it down to about 12. I doubt we will be in it unless Payet comes back, but if we are we will be shipping goals for fun. Probably have to bring Englands No.1 in..oh....

El Scorchio 7:18 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
Only thing I can think is we are the ones with the biggest (spoken at least) aspirations to join that group.

Not that we'd back it up with actions, I am sure!

Sir Alf 7:00 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
Not sure why would be in favour? We are not a top 10 team or rarely and definitely not this season

folkestone iron 6:46 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
I'm sure i read that it was the big 6 AND Everton Leicester and WEST HAM who were for this move

Eddie B 6:37 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
Sooner they fuck off to a European 'Super' League the better

franksfat&slow&wank 6:36 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
yeah I would love those clubs to fuck off together and let us all get on with it

RBshorty 6:31 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
Ain't a question of if. It's a case of when.

twoleftfeet 6:28 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
Personally I would stop supporting West Ham if they joined an elite league, it would be another nail in the coffin.

I would actually be quite happy watching us in the championship playing at proper grounds.

Takashi Miike 6:23 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
like I've said before, let the cunts go and join a European Super league. they won't be missed

4ever-blowin-bubbles 6:21 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
if the futre is a breakaway league for the top ten clubs in the premiership are west ham 1 of those clubs and who are the top ten clubs ?

Gavros 6:21 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
let them try to form their own league of six without promotion and relegation.

how fucking dull would that be.

El Scorchio 6:18 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
Correct. They need 14 clubs to agree.

Let's hope that doesn't happen. Can't for the life of me see why they would, but stranger things have happened and they do tend to get their way in one fashion or another.

SecondOpinion 6:17 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
A breakaway league is the future for the top ten clubs in the premiership

Gavros 6:15 Thu Sep 28
Re: The 'big six' clubs want to end equal revenue sharing. Another potential nail in the coffin....
theyve tried it before and got told to do one

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