BIG 5 HEADING DOWN!
Breaking news has just hit in the English League pyramid as 5 teams have been relegated for match fixing, similar to Calciopoli scandal that rocked Italy in 2006.
The five teams Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United have all been relegated from the top flight after the football association handed out massive punishments to the clubs. The football league structure has changed dramatically.
Premier League 2015/16With the five teams being relegated, five had to be moved up. Burnley, Hull and QPR have been re-promoted after they were relegated, and Brentford and Middlesbrough have been moved up to coincide with the two extra spots.
ChampionshipLiverpool and Arsenal sit in this division with 7 points deducted each for their part in the scandal. Blackpool, Millwall and Wigan also all got promoted to the division, following Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea's relegation.
League 1Manchester United went down to League 1 and had 10 points deducted from them. Notts County and Crawley have also been promoted back up, with Chelsea and Manchester City replacing them in league 2.
League 2Chelsea and Manchester City went down to League 2, with 15 points deducted. No other changes were made.
All five clubs also announced that their managers all departed in the wake of the scandal. Even Jurgen Klopp who only recently joined the reds. Who will they replace the managers with? We shall see!