Taken from the first page of todays headlines on big soccer Football, Futbol, Calcio: A Fan's Grounds for Divorce This question may be posted in another thread, but I could not find it. I apoligize if it is somewhere else. I am sick and tired of seeing the same one or two teams from each European league win their respective championship. Sure, there are the Cinderella stories such Aberdeen in the early 80's, Lazio-Roma few years ago, Chelsea last year(I've been a fan since the mid 90's, I know in my heart that if they did not have the large cash infusion from Roman they might not have been able to assemble the players to win the league-in the end I don't care they still won), Valencia and De Portivo in the a few years ago etc..etc..It seems that money did not really help teams win up untill about the early 1990's when different forms of revenue opened up. I have always followe Serie A. I have seen the rapping of the smaller clubs by Milan and Juve along w/Inter. (If it wasn't for Inter's bad luck with players and poor management they could be right up there with Milan and Juve). This has forced my beloved Napoli to the lower divisions because no team expect for Milan and Juve can put the money where their mouth is. They drip all the other competition dry and force the other teams to play basically with a youth squad. Going back to the question Should there be a Salary Cap?? I think UEFA should set salary cap up for each league. Obviously each league would have a different about for their teams. I just think it would be good for competition as well as attendance in the leagues(Serie A to name one). If I think of anything else to put into this post, I will add later..