Well, that’s me proved wrong again. For the past 20 years I have been predicting that the football bubble was about to burst, issuing dire warnings to the Premier League that the years of television bounty would inevitably come to an end, that they were living in a false economy. Back in 2013, I boldly insisted that the peak had been reached, that no more money could ever be forthcoming, that television had been milked for all it could possibly afford.
How wrong I was. Yesterday’s announcement that Sky and BT had between them agreed to pay £5 billion acrossRead More »from The Premier League's £5.14bn could make football better - but don't hold your breath