I'm fully aware it's not a perfect solution, there isn't a silver bullet for this issue, but my idea is achievable and would have a positive impact.
Huzzah, you've given ground.
Nevertheless, it's still a poor idea with major flaws that would leave the majority of clubs worse off. Sadly your own insecurity and lack of intelligence means you won't accept that.
I don't make any assumption for how clubs are funded.
Nope, you don't make any acknowledgement or reference to it at all. Why? Because it blows apart your insistence it would make the system fairer. You're hiding from the biggest flaw in your idea. Rich remote sides would play the system to get an advantage.
Do you agree that a progressive taxation system, where those who earn the most pay a higher rate of tax, increases fairness? This works in a similar way, some are better off, others would be worse off, but overall fairness is increased.
This is nothing like the tax system. The whole basis for the league system is competition - the opposite to the shared social responsibilities of running public services that make a tax system necessary.
Your idea undermines this idea of competition as it nobbles poorer metropolitan sides in central locations and would drive some out of business. Once again, you're persisting with the myth that less remote clubs are automatically well off. That's not the case at all.
If most were to be worse off the load of supporting the more distant clubs would be spread across more clubs reducing the individual burden.
Hold on, I thought you said your idea would have a positive impact? Now you're conceding it might make more clubs worse off. Why should clubs accept a system which would make a majority of them worse off?
Forget your nonsense about sharing the burden. Fundamentally, clubs would still be losing out, making things more difficult for them. If 15 clubs in a division are worse off and 5 clubs are better off, that is a bad and unfair system.
If more clubs are worse off, then the system is worthless.
Ps I won't resort to petty insults, especially as I know how my intellect compares to most.
Civility is overrated. You're very dim so won't accept or even address flaws in your ideas. It's fundamentally flawed because you're assuming remote clubs are poor and metropolitan clubs are not. This is patently nonsense. It's embarrassing you need this pointing out - even more so that you won't concede it. Until you do, you won't convince anyone.
P.S. when you condescend and belittle people, as you have done, you can't attempt to claim the moral high ground.
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