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EFL proposes League One and League Two cap on wages

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/52738597

League One and League Two clubs would have to operate under squad salary caps, according to proposals put forward by the English Football League.

Third-tier sides would be given a £2.5m ceiling for salaries, while the sum would be £1.25m for the fourth tier.

Keeps ambitious clubs in their place.. If you dare to give players extra wages to attract better players, how dare you.



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I saw something about this the other day but didn't have time to post it.
Obviously we should get out of this league ASAP.



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Good for the clubs if all they want is big crowds and a low wage bill to maximise profits.
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Interfering busy bodies :red_yes:



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https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football ... e-22377148

A source at a big League One club that would vote against the EFL's proposal in its current guise said: “The salary cap plan will probably get the green light from clubs because so many of them see it as the best way to limit expenditure.

“That's understandable. But not all EFL clubs have the same issues.



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