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The rise in spending coincides with the riches provided by the Premier Leagues hugely lucrative new set of UK broadcast rights deals, which came into effect this season. The League secured a huge 70% rise in the value of its domestic broadcast rights in June 2012, with BSkyB agen judi bola terpercaya BT splashing out a combined 3.018 billion in an agreement spanning the 2013-14 agen judi bola terpercaya 2015-16 seasons. Alex Thorpe, consultant in the Sports Business Group at Deloitte, said: This is the first year that Premier League clubs will benefit financially from the leagues new broadcast deals; each club benefitting from a share of the extra 600 million of revenues in 2013-14 alone. Testament to the impact this is having is in the scale of Premier League gross spending, as well as the gulf in net spending between the Premier League and other European leagues. Whereas many clubs around Europe have been reliant on selling players in order to spend, the financial advantages Premier League clubs enjoy has enabled net spending of 400 million across the league. Many clubs, including new entrants to the league, have successfully competed in the European transfer market to attract high profile foreign talent. Across all of the big five top divisions of Europe, gross spending by clubs is up compared with last year.
Has the Premier League Damaged the English National Team?
"I am not being xenophobic but my job is to help ensure that English football agen judi bola terpercaya particularly the Englagen judi bola terpercaya team is in a healthy state,'' Dyke said, addressing a lunch in London. In the inaugural Premier League season - 1992-93 - 69 percent of players in starting lineups were English, but Dyke said that had plummeted to 32 percent last season - an "alarming'' agen judi bola terpercaya "frightening http://agenbola.indobola.net/ trend.'' Wigan beat Manchester City in the FA Cup in May with just one Englishman in the starting lineup, although homegrown Ben Watson came off the bench to score the winner. Just 25 percent of new recruits by Premier League clubs in the summer transfer window were English, down from 37 percent just two years ago, Dyke said, while only 65 English players started in games last weekend. "Taking into account that some of these players are not international stagen judi bola terpercayaard I think it's fair to say we already have a very small talent pool agen judi bola terpercaya it's getting smaller,'' he said. In the summer transfer window, 490 million pounds ($760 million) of the 630 million pounds ($980 million) spent by English sides went to overseas clubs - up 60 percent year-on-year, according to accountancy firm Deloitte. Dyke pointed to how Sunderlagen judi bola terpercaya - owned by an American (Ellis Short) agen judi bola terpercaya managed by an Italian (Paolo Di Canio) - made 14 signings in the summer transfer window but only one was English.
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