I'm a Birmingham City fan, well I say fan, I dont go anymore so I dont know if I can still be called one .Anyway I'll tell you why I dont go. I just dont understand what the point is now with the 'EPL', Blues will never win anything, the ticket prices are still extortionate and the atmosphere is dead.I just cant justify paying money to watch this rubbish anymore. Football in England makes me sad/angry now. Passionless All-Seater stadiums (which are loved by the masses because of the great facilites yet are soulless with little or no atmosphere) The need of a Foreign Billionaire just to compete (they seem to be more important than managers/players). Footballers that are on more money in a week than i'll be on in probably over 10 years. What the hell is the point anymore. I think because of whats happening in Germany which makes it all the more annoying. They're allowed to stand, I'm not, They're ticket prices are lower than mine, and also the standard isn't better in the EPL, let me tell you, watching Blues, it certainly isn't. For some games over the years I would have had to pay £48 to get in, It's a shambles, an utter shambles. The majority of clubs are Foreign owned, Blues by Hong Kong's own Carson Yeung. Clubs are a play thing for People like Yeung, Gillette, Glazers etc they dont care about the real issues, I mean more concession outlets for the mugs to buy shirts but the real issues, nah. Could it be fixed, of course in a fantasy world, this is what I'd do: *Bring back Standing Areas - Allow the top two league in England to have the German style standing areas, with a ticket price limit of £22. The grounds would be packed week in week out and the atmosphere would be electric once again. *Wage Cap - I agreed with the UEFA guidelines that suggested clubs should limit the ratio of wages to turnover at 70%. Half of the Premiership teams failed to do this last season. Clubs spent an average of 61.78% of their turnover on wages. I think this would give greater emphasis on prodicing your own players rather than just spending money the the clubs didn't have. *Transfer Cap - Kind of like the wage cap, you would only be able to spend the percentage of their income, would it lead to a more fair and sustainable market. *More emphasis on Acadamies - Rather than clubs investing millions after millions on the latest French moaner emphasis on creating your own should be more important. It's more rewarding to see a player come through the ranks to the first team with an efinity to the club than said Frenchman who is probably only looking for his next big move. *Reform Of Reserve League/Affiliate Team - Looking at how Barcelona do it in Spain and the amount of players that have come through they're youth system I think it would be a good idea for the Big clubs with good acadamies to have affiliate clubs in the Football League/Conference. Now my idea wouldn't mean Man Utd Ressies in the Championship but rather Utd buy into Altringham or Hyde and start in they're respected leagues. Obviously the affiliates wouldn't be allowed in the FA Cup or Premier League as it would a conflict of intrests but I do think it would definately help younger players come through better than the poor reserve system we have now. Anyway that's all I can think of, I'm sure there are more but I feel those changes would help English football immensely. It wont happen but one can dream I suppose.