Re: Should Player Wages be capped?
Well unfortunately the uni no longer do it as a part of a degree anymore as not many people take the subject (There's three of us doing the course plus other people we share modules in). But since you asked it covers all aspects of football mainly racism, hooliganism, journalism, business and history. Although have heard of a football business degree at the University based at Burnley FC which you may want to check out. Quite a few Universities offer Sport Journalism as a degree it all depends what you are looking for. Bare in mind that when I tell people I study Football Society I usually get a expression as some people don't see it as proper subject but I like my football and learnt a lot from it so i got what I wanted with it.
Ben C: Thank You for that. I had heard there was a meeting on it coming up but didn't know it was tomorrow. Should be interesting to see the outcome if any.
As regards to Uncle Jack Walker buying the title, yes he did but does bring a smile to my face every time someone mentions it regardless and if you'd ask Manchester City fans I'm pretty sure they'd say the same. But I guess we don't get the same cynicism as Jack was a local business man wanting the best for his club and town and plus it didn't last either.