It has been a rare treat for the used and abused football fan to see the Premier League so humiliated as they have been this past week.
The seemingly invincible money-machine that was born in 1993 has for the first time hit a real brick wall in its quest to rob football of all its traditions in the pursuit of profit.
I have relished watching those whom the PL Qiu Qiu Online thought were their friends – the FA, Manchester United etc, turn tail and slam their colonial project.
For challenging their authority, the upstart division’s pretensions of grandeur have met a cannonade of criticism from the real powers in the game, who have torpedoed the ludicrous ‘Game 39′ proposal.
Hopefully now it will sink to the bottom and die next Thursday when PL Chief Executive Richard Scudamore and FA Chairman Lord Triesman come up …