For drama the insanely unpredictable Championship cannot be beaten | Paul Wilson

23 July 2020 13:09
England’s second tier was breathless to the last in its league season and now we have Wales v London play-offs to savourIt was remarked on a number of occasions as Liverpool were handed their trophy and medals on Wednesday night that the Premier League is the best in the world, even as events elsewhere on the same evening were doing their best to prove it might not even be the best league in this country.All right, no one is saying the standard of football in the Championship matches that of the top flight, at least not on a regular basis. But having the best players on the fattest contracts is not the only way to judge a league. In the Premier League, for instance, too many of them are concentrated at too few clubs. There is an elite at the top that will normally supply the title winners and European contenders, and the rest are really playing only to avoid relegation. Related: 'What a season, what a league': Slaven Bilic savours West Brom's promotion Related: Wigan looking to lawyers after Fulham equaliser sends them towards drop Continue full article

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