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Robert Lewandowski of Bayern Munich kicks the ball during their Bundesliga
match against RB Leipzig - their last match before the winter break - in Munich,
Germany on Wednesday. Photo: CFP
While football in most of Europe is hibernating nike air max 97
white uk , thousands of fans will fill terraces the length and
breadth of England to watch the match while wearing Santa hats and repurpose
Christmas carols into football chants. Despite nearly every league on the
continent taking a break, football remains a key part of the festive calendar in
Even the Scottish top flight is taking a breather from its hectic schedule
this season, reintroducing the winter break after its hiatus since the 2002-03
campaign. The current campaign started earlier for many clubs so the respite
will be welcomed by the players, while it also makes sense from the perspective
of the inevitable inclement weather of a Scottish winter with postponed matches
in December and January that become a fixture pileup in the spring. December 31
is the final day of games before they resume on January 28 air max 97 uk
sale , ideal for a wee bit of team bonding, friendly matches and
warm weather training - both Celtic and Aberdeen are following in the footsteps
of Barcelona and heading to Dubai for a training camp.
Germany leads the way when it comes to winter breaks: The -Bundesliga is on
pause for 30 days, the final fixtures of the year were last Wednesday and the
next ball will not be kicked in anger until January 20. France is not far behind
(December 21 to January 14), Spain is taking off 18 days (December 19 - January
6) and Serie A finishes games this weekend until January 7.
It's a similar story elsewhere on the continent with the culture of splitting
the season dominant in every league.
Meanwhile cheap air max 97 uk ,
players in the Premier League have a hectic schedule. There's a Boxing Day
program that kicks off a frenzy of fixtures where everyone will play three games
in the week after Christmas. With the FA Cup third round in the weekend after
and a full fixture list on January 14 and January 21, Premiership players will
have played six games while their German top-flight counterparts have been on
hiatus, something that will come as a shock to Manchester City manager Pep
Guardiola in his first Christmas in England.
Why does English football continue to ignore the example set by the other
European leagues? The first thing is tradition. Until the 1960-61 season matches
were played on Christmas Day itself and games around Christmas and the New Year
- including the FA Cup third round in the first weekend of January - have long
been the standard. Meanwhile, festive fixtures are a key part of the calendar in
the eyes of many fans nike air max 97 uk , even if
they are not the favorite of players - surely it is no coincidence that many
footballers happen to be suspended over the holiday period.
More importantly is the current TV deal. While the Premier League continues
to make overtures that they are willing to consider implementing a winter break
if they can reach an agreement with both the Football Association and the
Football League, they admit that nothing can be done until the current broadcast
agreement expires in 2019, while reports state that the FA Cup deal for overseas
broadcast rights that only begins in 2018-19 means there can be no winter break
Whenever it might happen, it stands to reason that a break makes sense. There
are far too many fixtures postponed in the lower leagues because of the weather
while travel can also be problematic. And then there are the football reasons of
fewer games and less intensity but any change would need not only a shift in the
English mind-set - an acceptance that mainland Europe might be right- but
restructure of the game from the Premier League down.
If the top flight were to stay at 20 teams and 38 games then it would need to
either start earlier than August or finish later than May Cheap
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international football being played in the summer months, so a winter break may
necessitate the Premier League - and the bigger divisions below, who play a
minimum of 46 league fixtures with the playoffs and a number of cups on top of
that - be reduced to 18 or 16 teams and no club wants to be the unlucky team
that ends up a tier below.
Maybe a winter break is not the answer and something more