Currently, each has 24 clubs, playing a 46-game league schedule plus 2 cups (or 3 in the case of all but the Championship) which amount to over 50 games a season. To me, that screams fixture congestion and a lot of injuries. If each league were to contract by 4 clubs, injuries would go down, the average match-day squad would be better, squads could be smaller (saving clubs money), and travel costs could be reduced? Yes, 12 clubs would be cast into non-league football, but does England really need 92 professional clubs? Wouldn't it be a tad more smooth with 80?