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2028

By Hero-of-the-night in

General Football


5 months ago
RE: 2028
By Hero-of-the-night 5 months ago
In ten years time, what big movers do you envisaged in the English Football League? I’ll go with,



Palace-league1



Bournemouth-League2



Bradford-Prem
RE: 2028
By thetruth1953 5 months ago
The Premiership might of imploded and the working classes can once again afford to watch football.
RE: 2028
By rockontommy 5 months ago
thetruth1953 wrote:

The Premiership might of imploded and the working classes can once again afford to watch football.





Not gonna happen unfortunately.



Scudamore going is a a positive though.
RE: 2028
By KoreanHammer 5 months ago
Chelsea goes bust and AFC Chelsea plays in National League South.
RE: 2028
By Magic147 5 months ago
West Ham banned from football for being cunts.
RE: 2028
By Hero-of-the-night 5 months ago
Magic147 wrote:

West Ham banned from football for being cunts.





Use a little imagination please.
RE: 2028
By TheSuffolkSeasider 5 months ago
The Oystons still have a say in Blackpool FC.
RE: 2028
By seasider 5 months ago
Sam Oyston will have just released a statement saying full steam ahead with the training ground.
RE: 2028
By daib0 5 months ago
Hero-of-the-night wrote:

In ten years time, what big movers do you envisaged in the English Football League? I’ll go with,



Palace-league1



Bournemouth-League2



Bradford-Prem





Reading relegated to the Premier :laugh:
RE: 2028
By Magic147 5 months ago
European Superleague takes over and British lower league clubs as we now know them cease to exist.



The exception to this is Blackpool FC, which was protected from closure when a vast oilfield was discovered directly under Bloomfield Road leading to the small Lancashire club becoming more valuable than all other football clubs combined.
RE: 2028
By thetruth1953 5 months ago
Magic147 wrote:

European Superleague takes over and British lower league clubs as we now know them cease to exist.



The exception to this is Blackpool FC, which was protected from closure when a vast oilfield was discovered directly under Bloomfield Road leading to the small Lancashire club becoming more valuable than all other football clubs combined.





I worked on the car park next to Bloomfield Road when they were redeveloping the ground. We were putting drains and footpaths in. Thing is you would dig say 4 ft down and still be in good hard ground go deeper than that and it was just black shite ( hence the name Blackpool). So you are not a million miles away with the thought of oil under Bloomfield Road. P.S. Don't tell JR Oyston about this or he'll never go.
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