Goal.com: The German top flight is celebrating a ninth successive annual turnover record, breaking all previous highs in 2012-13.
The way the Bundesliga and subsequent clubs are run, is a model for the world. Good on them.
It's just Bayern buying out the competition to be honest...
I'm talking about the wages of the players, affordable tickets, supporters having a say in the way things are run (which makes for a much more vibrant atmosphere). A club in England that isn't in massive debt is the exception. Or rather one that isn't chock full of foreign players. One could argue the more English players a Prem team has the worse off it is. It's the opposite in Germany.
ACtually the english would love to have teams filled with born and bred English players and I remember way back fifa wanted to have it that way that leagues would be required to keep a certain amount of domestic players in the league but such is not the case. Germany has produced a great amount of footballers but that doesn't take away from the fact there are plenty of foreign players in the league. In terms of wages/tickets etc... well different way to do business everywhere.
they do have highest fan attendance results in europe
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