But one can also say it's ridiculous that the team with the biggest bankroll gets the "best" players.
Of course you can say it. You can say anything. But it's the policy of UEFA. It makes the Champion's League that much better and that is the major annual competition in Europe. In the world too. It has important cultural implications.
You can't do it because your sport is internal to the US. And because you have no relegation. I really can't understand that.
What happens when the "best" player, I assume from college games, doesn't wish to play for the team that picks him. You can play for a top team here at 16 (I think). Certainly 17.
Why are you so reticent about doing a longish post explaining it?
I'm often told that my posts are incoherent and I read them over and they are just as simple as I tried to make them.
Maybe the American attention span snaps at more than a line and a half and I have to take the blame seeing as how Americans cannot have faults. And from what I understand of your major sports they deal in short plays with relaxing intervals to give voice to the sponsor. Maybe that's where you learn to only concentrate in quantum spurts.