I don't follow football. Indeed, I find it hard to take much interest in any professional game these days, since it is all so obviously a matter of "money going to money". For twenty years or so, millionaires and billionaires have been buying clubs and players, and the market has been dominated by Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea, with Manchester City muscling in during the last few years. That's why I find Leicester's achievement so welcome: it shows that, in an area where money seemed to reign unchallenged, the super-rich don't always prevail.
It would be nice to think that the power of money will be challenged in other areas as well, but we mustn't hope for too much, must we?
Dilige et quod vis fac