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New EFL rules? Expenditure cannot exceed 70% revenue.

Hurlock. T

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If the club were to rent deepdale out for concerts in the summer, does that count as revenue which counts towards the 70%?

A concert? In Preston? Don’t be ridiculous!!

im sure ive read that we cant use Deepdale for concerts due to the design of the stadium, something about health and safety

I think it’s more that the stadium design doesn’t provide the access needed for the infrastructure and equipment for a gig.
 

IanBogie9

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The following bands would play at Deepdale for free as they contain PNE fans amongst their current members -

Duran Duran
Abba
Bewitched
Gojira
The Killers
The cribs
Libertines
The Script
Muse
Sepultura
The Dead Weather
Five
Five Star
Deicide
John
 

Thracia

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Those parachute payments we never looked likely to get could soon be history - the Prem and EFL are talking about a new "merit-based" system, because if they don't agree a deal, the upcoming Independent Regulator will make one for them:

"The Premier League wants the money it gives to the lower divisions to be based on where they finish in the league table — and for enhanced cost controls to prevent spendthrift clubs wasting the income — before it agrees to increase its payments.

"The EFL leadership would back the idea if it meant the club finishing top of the Sky Bet Championship receives about 1.7 times the amount of the club finishing bottom — a similar ratio to the Premier League. One proposal it has rejected is for the clubs at the top receiving many times the amount of cash as those at the bottom. The plan would have to be agreed by the EFL clubs, but league chiefs would also support new cost controls.

"The merit-based payment idea has backing within the EFL and the Premier League as it should reduce the ‘cliff edge’ between the divisions and also see the controversial parachute payments made to clubs relegated from Premier League greatly reduced.

"The Premier League has said it will give away £1.6 billion to the rest of the football pyramid over the next three years, about 16 per cent of its revenues. Just over half of that is in parachute payments. There is pressure for the distribution to be raised to closer to 25 per cent — another £1 billion or so more."


 

Jack Daniels

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The following bands would play at Deepdale for free as they contain PNE fans amongst their current members -

Duran Duran
Abba
Bewitched
Gojira
The Killers
The cribs
Libertines
The Script
Muse
Sepultura
The Dead Weather
Five
Five Star
Deicide
John
I have seen 2 of the above play live.
 

Kathryn

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Those parachute payments we never looked likely to get could soon be history - the Prem and EFL are talking about a new "merit-based" system, because if they don't agree a deal, the upcoming Independent Regulator will make one for them:

"The Premier League wants the money it gives to the lower divisions to be based on where they finish in the league table — and for enhanced cost controls to prevent spendthrift clubs wasting the income — before it agrees to increase its payments.

"The EFL leadership would back the idea if it meant the club finishing top of the Sky Bet Championship receives about 1.7 times the amount of the club finishing bottom — a similar ratio to the Premier League. One proposal it has rejected is for the clubs at the top receiving many times the amount of cash as those at the bottom. The plan would have to be agreed by the EFL clubs, but league chiefs would also support new cost controls.

"The merit-based payment idea has backing within the EFL and the Premier League as it should reduce the ‘cliff edge’ between the divisions and also see the controversial parachute payments made to clubs relegated from Premier League greatly reduced.

"The Premier League has said it will give away £1.6 billion to the rest of the football pyramid over the next three years, about 16 per cent of its revenues. Just over half of that is in parachute payments. There is pressure for the distribution to be raised to closer to 25 per cent — another £1 billion or so more."


What about Leagues 1 and 2? Do they get more money or is this just turning the Championship into PL2?
 

Thracia

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What about Leagues 1 and 2? Do they get more money or is this just turning the Championship into PL2?
Championship clubs who don't get parachute money get solidarity payments, as do L1 and L2 clubs.

The Championship : L1 : L2 split of the solidarity money is roughly 75% : 15% : 10%.

There's nothing in the article about whether this split would be changing.
 

IanBogie9

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I’ve seen one, but seen them about 8 times. I am of the view that the rest of the list are bloody awful…

But who is the random ‘not crap’ band on there?
Which one?

And surely Gojira and ABBA, and Sepultura, and Deicide are not bloody awful, to name but four.

These are superb bands with an identity, not easy.
 

northender2

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Those parachute payments we never looked likely to get could soon be history - the Prem and EFL are talking about a new "merit-based" system, because if they don't agree a deal, the upcoming Independent Regulator will make one for them:

"The Premier League wants the money it gives to the lower divisions to be based on where they finish in the league table — and for enhanced cost controls to prevent spendthrift clubs wasting the income — before it agrees to increase its payments.

"The EFL leadership would back the idea if it meant the club finishing top of the Sky Bet Championship receives about 1.7 times the amount of the club finishing bottom — a similar ratio to the Premier League. One proposal it has rejected is for the clubs at the top receiving many times the amount of cash as those at the bottom. The plan would have to be agreed by the EFL clubs, but league chiefs would also support new cost controls.

"The merit-based payment idea has backing within the EFL and the Premier League as it should reduce the ‘cliff edge’ between the divisions and also see the controversial parachute payments made to clubs relegated from Premier League greatly reduced.

"The Premier League has said it will give away £1.6 billion to the rest of the football pyramid over the next three years, about 16 per cent of its revenues. Just over half of that is in parachute payments. There is pressure for the distribution to be raised to closer to 25 per cent — another £1 billion or so more."


if the vote is going to EFL clubs, i expect all those currently in receipt of parachute payments to vote against it, lets hope something changes though, something needs to change to stop the likes of Fulham buying promotion every other year
 

Thracia

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if the vote is going to EFL clubs, i expect all those currently in receipt of parachute payments to vote against it, lets hope something changes though, something needs to change to stop the likes of Fulham buying promotion every other year
Client journalist Martin Samuel already made an ill-informed rant against the changes on behalf of the Prem, but change is a-coming, although if the government has to get involved it'll take a few years to come in, they've already kicked the independent regulator into the long grass of 2024 at the earliest.
 

Liberation

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Those parachute payments we never looked likely to get could soon be history - the Prem and EFL are talking about a new "merit-based" system, because if they don't agree a deal, the upcoming Independent Regulator will make one for them:

"The Premier League wants the money it gives to the lower divisions to be based on where they finish in the league table — and for enhanced cost controls to prevent spendthrift clubs wasting the income — before it agrees to increase its payments.

"The EFL leadership would back the idea if it meant the club finishing top of the Sky Bet Championship receives about 1.7 times the amount of the club finishing bottom — a similar ratio to the Premier League. One proposal it has rejected is for the clubs at the top receiving many times the amount of cash as those at the bottom. The plan would have to be agreed by the EFL clubs, but league chiefs would also support new cost controls.

"The merit-based payment idea has backing within the EFL and the Premier League as it should reduce the ‘cliff edge’ between the divisions and also see the controversial parachute payments made to clubs relegated from Premier League greatly reduced.

"The Premier League has said it will give away £1.6 billion to the rest of the football pyramid over the next three years, about 16 per cent of its revenues. Just over half of that is in parachute payments. There is pressure for the distribution to be raised to closer to 25 per cent — another £1 billion or so more."



I've read this 3 times and because I'm a bit fick I really don't clock what's being proposed... I think that every club in the whole professional " pyramid" should be given an equal amount regardless of where they finish.... And then they stand or fall based on good management. That would include the prem btw.

Any chance of a Janet and John explanation please?
 
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