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It’s a question that has long been asked by people in England and its a fair one.
But a recent survey by the English Football League (EFL) has revealed that the English don’t really know what they’re talking about.
The survey found that over 80% of fans surveyed in January said they thought that English football was the best in the world.
That is a big improvement from a year ago when that figure was just 27%.
However, just how good are English footballers?
Well, they have been on a good run of form, finishing in the top four of the Premier League for three straight seasons.
The EFL’s chief executive, Peter Whittingdale, is hoping that that trend continues, despite the fact that the Premier league is not the most competitive league in the whole world.
“We know that there is a lot of competition around the world, so we want to create a better league for English football to be in,” Whittingley said.
We want to get to the top of the table as quickly as possible and we want English football in that top level as soon as possible.
When the EFL was set up in 2001, it was a relatively new concept.
It was funded by a consortium of broadcasters, broadcasters, the Premier leagues, the Football League and the Football Association.
So how is the league doing?
According to the EPL, the league’s annual revenues are in excess of £1 billion, which is the equivalent of around 10% of the league revenues.
That compares to the European leagues that are around a third the size of the ESL, like the Champions League, the Europa League and La Liga.
And the ELeague’s TV revenues are around £40 million, which makes it the third-biggest in the Premier division.
But despite that, the ECL has been struggling financially, having lost £60 million in the first nine months of this season, compared to a £200 million loss for the EFSL.
The EFL wants to be the first to make changes in the league, but it is facing the challenge of raising £1.6 billion in capital over the next five years, which could take two or three more years to achieve.
Whittingdale told Sky Sports that the league needs to change because “we are not as successful as we should be in the international market”.
“Our financial position is not as good as it could be.
We have to invest in the future, but we are not there yet,” he said.
“The funding needs to be increased and I think we need to get our feet under the table, because if we don’t get that done now, we won’t get it done in five years.”