Interesting points made by Wenger here but I don't agree with all of them. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/44077078. After experiencing three not particularly exciting seasons in the Prem looking over our shoulders much of the time to avoid relegation, if the 6 big clubs bogged off to Europe, would it make for a more competitive & interesting league for the rest of us plebs left behind? I'd like to think it would. It's nice to beat a top 6 club once or twice a season but I wouldn't miss it if there was a greater chance for all Prem clubs to win it or at least aim to finish in the new top 6 rather than just aim to get 40 points. I can't see another club 'doing a Leicester' again. I wouldn't be interested in paying to watch the super league in the way that Wenger suggests either. I used to watch the Champions League on terrestrial TV but won't pay to watch it on Sky etc. I've not missed it and won't be watching the Liverpool/Real Madrid final at the end of next week even though I want them to win. However, if a new European super league was at the weekend as Wenger wants, thus making the Prem a midweek league, I think that'd sound the death knell to Prems all over Europe. A few nights under floodlights per season is fine, but not every week. I also think the TV money would be thrown at the super league by the corporates and away from the Prem. So for me, the best case scenario would be for the top 6 to bog off into a midweek league much like it is now anyway and the rest of us in the Prem retaining a good TV deal and weekend fixtures, preferably Saturdays only! Oh and the top 6 can't compete in the FA Cup either. But all that would be unlikely. Thoughts, anyone?