- Jan 9, 2015
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That’s a shame if true. More talent leaving Serie A
have fun never winning a thing... but at least you will have some money.
Yeah people don't realize that when people shit on Manchester City and Chelsea for "having no history" (which was invalid), two of those set of fans were Newcastle and Aston Villa, who are both the heavy spenders of this window.Newcastle are a big club, they've had their struggles sure but their still a big club. They make the right signings and they're going to get out of the relegation zone in my opinion, then they are set for next season with a decent backbone and summer window to improve dramatically.
Yes, they have.Newcastle was a big club at the start of the 20th century. They are nobodies now. All they won recently was the Championship. They also never won anything in Europe. Also, good luck signing any real good player if they get out of the Premier league. It will be also nice to see how ffp doesnt affect them at all.
Lots of these clubs also get big loans because they have assets (stadium, training ground), they use expected revenue (tv deal and attendance) and too many of them are debt ridden due to their ownership structure. Having access to debt is a significant boost. Others get debt due to deficit and it fucks them up even harder (ie Inter in last decade, Milan, Roma, Valencia etc). Barcelona tried that and it backfired to a large degree. Real Madrid tried that, it failed, but they're considered too big to fail by the Spanish state, the Castillan region and the Madrid council, so they're bailed out often.money changing everything right now. Every EPL clubs greatly profited from this. Every clubs could sign every 20M+ euro Players without concern.
No, they're a big club because they've been relevant in top tier football for 100 years, they're a top 10 team in their country whether that's on titles won or all time standings, have a very large domestic fanbase and despite turbulence, they've been rather relevant in the last 30 years (which for some reason get highlighted in English football)Sorry, didnt know fairs cup was the uefa cup... still does winning a second rate EU competition 50 years ago and 4 titles won 120 years ago make them a big club nowadays?
Newcastle are a big club, they've had their struggles sure but their still a big club. They make the right signings and they're going to get out of the relegation zone in my opinion, then they are set for next season with a decent backbone and summer window to improve dramatically.