So, with Chelski’s cash card being flashed around to melting point
again (about Â£50 million and counting), all and sundry are crying and
weeping on street corners, claiming that the end of football is nigh.
Fans are also being priced out of the game, and players are becoming
spoiled little oiks. Is that really true?
It is obvious that Chelsea’s fortunes have taken a turn for the better since a Roman turned up, and turned money into something that wasn’t an object. It would seem, judging by last season at least, that ManUre, Arsenal and Liverpool aren’t able to catch up with those with the giant chequebook. But is it really the end