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The Ligue 1 Bargains Not Staring Us in the Face

Football is a pretty straightforward game. Eleven people kick a ball about for 90 minutes while someone in a boardroom breaks his head trying to balance the spreadsheets. Football finance has never been difficult to manage, then a pandemic hit. Pandemic meant lockdown. Lockdown meant empty stands. Empty stands meant no matchday revenue. As if that was not enough, MediaPro decided to destabilize French football. The top two tiers of French football are slowly heading into a less than promising financial period. There are suggestions that players or even clubs will need to be sold to keep the division’s financial integrity. Of course when things like this there’s always someone that is eagerly waiting to profit from the situation.  French football historically has developed and exported some of the biggest talents in football. If we ignores the minefield they produced in the older generation and slid into the current generation, they will still be a massive appreciation for the consisten

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