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Plumped for the United match last night they didn't play well but got the result right at the end not a patch on Tuesday's game between PSG and city with city unlucky to come away without a point at least .

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The CL is increasingly just a closed circulation of the same +/-20 core clubs sharing and exchanging the same pool of managers and 500 or so players, with occasional additions to replace those who leave to spend their millions away from the cameras. The chances of Rangers ever breaking back into that elite clubs seem more and more remote.

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On 30/09/2021 at 14:14, Bill said:

The CL is increasingly just a closed circulation of the same +/-20 core clubs sharing and exchanging the same pool of managers and 500 or so players, with occasional additions to replace those who leave to spend their millions away from the cameras. The chances of Rangers ever breaking back into that elite clubs seem more and more remote.

That's the ESL isn't it?

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4 hours ago, Bill said:

Does it matter what it's called?

It was merely an observation that what you were describing were some of the main features of the ESL, i.e. protectionism in a closed shop. So in effect, with a minor adjustment each year for the odd new participant, the conditions of the ESL are already met, except those clubs wanting an even bigger slice of the pie. 

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1 hour ago, ChelseaBoy said:

It was merely an observation that what you were describing were some of the main features of the ESL, i.e. protectionism in a closed shop. So in effect, with a minor adjustment each year for the odd new participant, the conditions of the ESL are already met, except those clubs wanting an even bigger slice of the pie. 

Sorry, that was the point I was making. In terms of exclusivity the CL and ESL are essentially the same thing, distinguished only by the subtlety of de facto versus de jure. 

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