Is anyone planning on watching the Championship Play-Off final today? Good luck to both you Clarets and you Blades, show the rest of the world what the Championship is made of! Last year sadly we didn't turn up and so lost so hopefully it will be better this year. And for those of you who lose, remember there is always next year, and at least you had the chance to go to the greatest stadium on the planet.
BTW for those of you who have no idea what I am on about the football match in question is worth well in excess of at least £60 million ($100 million) as one of the team will get to play in the richest football league in the world next year (the English Premier League).
Well the game is over and Burnley one so well done. Just seen it elsewhere that whilst it is worth £60 million + for the club it is worth a lot more than that for the wider area/town in terms of the local economy.
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