Todd Boehly (Chelsea) dreams of an All-Star Game in the Premier League

An American dream. Todd Boehly, the new chairman of Chelsea, put forward on Tuesday the idea of ​​​​a match bringing together the best players in the Premier League which would oppose a team from the north and a team from the south of England, like the « All-Stars -Game » of American sports. « We believe that an ‘All-Star Game’ could easily be organized and this could benefit the whole of the Premier League financially.“, explained Todd Boehly during a forum organized in New York by the organization SALT.

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The American leader, who is part owner of the Blues and also owns shares in the Dodgers (baseball) and the Lakers (basketball), said he had already launched the idea with his Premier League counterparts. « People want more money for the whole English football pyramid. During the MLB All-Star Game (the North American Baseball Championship) this year we made $200 million (200 million euros) with just a Monday and a Tuesday“, concluded Todd Boehly.

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