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Will EPL become a farmers league?

2024
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2026
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Man City has won three in a row and may be eventually 4. Will there be such a run of dominance like Bayern (2013-23)/PSG/Juventus (2012-2020)? This may make EPL not competitive again, making it a Farmers League...
Reply 1
Original post by 8013
2024
Dear Manchester City FC,
Please accept my heartiest congratulations on your 4th successive Premier League title.
2025
Dear Manchester City FC,
Please accept my heartiest congratulations on your 5th successive Premier League title.
2026
Dear Manchester City FC,
Please accept my heartiest congratulations on your 6th successive Premier League title.
2027
Dear Manchester City FC,
Please accept my heartiest congratulations on your 7th successive Premier League title.
Man City has won three in a row and may be eventually 4. Will there be such a run of dominance like Bayern (2013-23)/PSG/Juventus (2012-2020)? This may make EPL not competitive again, making it a Farmers League...

it wont because teams like arsenal are stepping up. Soon man utd and Chelsea will be up there and teams like Newcastle, west ham and spurs will always cause something to happen
Original post by hh1209
it wont because teams like arsenal are stepping up. Soon man utd and Chelsea will be up there and teams like Newcastle, west ham and spurs will always cause something to happen

Jurgen Klopp era come to an end new Liverpool manager incoming hard to tell whether his philosophy will work and the players will be able to play to his style of football a farmers league such as the Eredivise to a high demanding physical league such as Premier League is a huge step up. Soon Pep Guardiola will leave Manchester City once their two eras and reigns at their respective clubs ends the decay of a rotten apple occurs within their clubs and squads. Arsenal came from 5th/8th spot finishes to be competing, United not to compete for another 2 or 3 seasons you have the likes of Aston Villa that have unpredictability within them a 4th place finish secured them a UCL spot the season they had and lastly projects like Newcastle all working towards competing and winning the premier league. The best league in the world has its Top 6 even Top 9 with the Aston Villa Newcastle Brightons all awaiting for a shot at the trophy and gaining it.
It may well become a one-sided league where Man City win the majority of league titles.

However, due to the TV money, the PL clubs will still be among the richest in Europe so they will still stockpile the best talent. So the 15th best PL club, would probably still beat the same across all the other European leagues.
Reply 4
Original post by Zerforax
It may well become a one-sided league where Man City win the majority of league titles.
However, due to the TV money, the PL clubs will still be among the richest in Europe so they will still stockpile the best talent. So the 15th best PL club, would probably still beat the same across all the other European leagues.

i don't see city winning everything when pep leaves - teams like Chelsea, arsenal, Newcastle, west ham or maybe even man utd or spurs would be on the ascension
Original post by hh1209
i don't see city winning everything when pep leaves - teams like Chelsea, arsenal, Newcastle, west ham or maybe even man utd or spurs would be on the ascension

By that point Man City will have cemented themselves at the top of the game and still have all the money so they can just hire the next best manager in the world. The structure is all there behind the scenes and that won't change when Pep leaves.
Reply 6
Original post by Zerforax
By that point Man City will have cemented themselves at the top of the game and still have all the money so they can just hire the next best manager in the world. The structure is all there behind the scenes and that won't change when Pep leaves.

what happened with man utd after SAF
Original post by hh1209
what happened with man utd after SAF

There was no structure at Man Utd. The entire structure was SAF, who was the manager, the Director of Football all rolled into one.

Man City have Txiki Begiristain in the background running the operations side as the Director of Football.

Man City are also part of the City Group, which has like 14 football clubs owned by it now. There is a massive structure in place and Pep going won't change that.
Original post by 8013
2024
Dear Manchester City FC,
Please accept my heartiest congratulations on your 4th successive Premier League title.

2025
Dear Manchester City FC,
Please accept my heartiest congratulations on your 5th successive Premier League title.

2026
Dear Manchester City FC,
Please accept my heartiest congratulations on your 6th successive Premier League title.

2027
Dear Manchester City FC,
Please accept my heartiest congratulations on your 7th successive Premier League title.


Man City has won three in a row and may be eventually 4. Will there be such a run of dominance like Bayern (2013-23)/PSG/Juventus (2012-2020)? This may make EPL not competitive again, making it a Farmers League...


I think so. Even if Arsenal wins the league this season, City will be successful in the long run and win another championships. Someone needs to turn off the oil pipeline.
Original post by hh1209
i don't see city winning everything when pep leaves - teams like Chelsea, arsenal, Newcastle, west ham or maybe even man utd or spurs would be on the ascension

Have my doubts for Newcastle and Chelsea. Just honestly see Arsenal fighting for the league at the moment. City gets another good manager to continue with success.

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