Complaints about the Saudi Pro League bring a danger of sounding hypocritical


It’s that time of year when Premier League managers can take a break, get away from it all, switch off, relax — or, in reality, spend sun-kissed days in a state of high anxiety, preoccupied with constant updates on their club’s transfer activity, or lack of it.

Still, at least they’re getting a break from the usual routine of press conferences, pre-match interviews, post-match interviews — and there would be no more pressing question right now than what they make of the Saudi Pro…



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