Writer: J P Fear
Date:Friday August 25 2006
Does the Premier League Need a Salary cap?
Demandi launches 'The Football Premier League and Championship Survey 2006/07'
The Premier League has kicked off and once again Chelsea FC is the heavy favourite. After having signed superstars like Andrei Shevchenko and Michael Ballack, Chelsea is eyeing a third successive Premier League title.
This has lead to discussions, as to whether or not salary caps should be introduced, to prevent single clubs from dominating the Premier League. But what do the fans think about this: Should salary caps be introduced to the Premier League?
To answer this and other questions, the Online Opinion Portal demandi has started 'The Premier League Survey 2006-07.
demandi is aiming to find out what fans think about controversial football questions. Should players be sent off for diving? Should referees be allowed to use video evidence?
Moreover, demandi asks football fans to rate their club and to predict the outcome of the Premier League Season 2006/07. Who will be the new Premier League champion? What position do the fans expect their club to reach this season? Which teams will be relegated? Who is going to be the Premier League“s Top Scorer: Thierry Henry, Wayne Rooney or...?
Please take a look at the survey under the following link: Click Here
Due to great interest fans now also have the opportunity to air their opinion about the Football Championship 2006/07.
Amongst all participants demandi conducts a prize draw in cooperation with:
- 10 DVDs: 2006 FA Cup Final DVD sponsored by ILC Sports
- 5 DVDs: The Best FA Cup Goals of 2005/06 sponsored by ILC Sports
- 3 Football T-shirts sponsored by SPIELRAUM
note to other prem site eds, feel free to use this article
Date:Friday August 25 2006
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