Liverpool want bigger Premier League TV money share

Kristopher Nichols
October 5, 2017

Barcelona joining the English Premier League is actually being talked about.

The question of who has the upper hand right now between the two Manchester clubs is no doubt answered by the fact that United are yet to be properly tested, and also the fact that City have been tested, and have come away unscathed.

Main rivals Man United closed the gap with a 4-0 victory over the hapless Crystal Palace, while Tottenham remain in the hunt thanks to a 4-0 win against Huddersfield.

And two players - Marouane Fellaini and Kevin de Bruyne - were singled out for praise by their managers after the games.

Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool - are thought to be behind the push to change the current system.

The Red Devils have begun the season in top form and are sitting second in the Premier League table - tied with Manchester City on points.

While this United side might not play the most attractive football throughout the season, they will surely be tough to crack down.

Liverpool are one of six Premier League clubs pushing for a greater share of TV revenue.

"I don't welcome the break", he said. "It's bad".

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"When we moan all the time about injuries it looks like we don't trust the other people and we have to".

"All managers are different".

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After a season without a trophy last time out, there is certainly pressure on City and Guardiola to win something this time out - with the fans confident it will be the title. "They are better than CSKA and Basel", he said (via Record and A Bola). Without the ball, he's the most humble, the most shy guy.

Man City beat Chelsea on their home ground.

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The 54-year-old was sacked by the Blues in 2015 with reports suggesting his relationships with the likes of Cesc Fabregas and Diego Costa had broken down.

"I don't know what happened in the past", said the Italian.

"We have enough clubs here with 20 but if you want to go up to 24, we have to invite the Scottish clubs before we go for the Spanish". "I think he's a complete player".

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