I must be the only football fan who doesn't care about this super league. What the supposed big 6 do doesn't affect my love of the game or my support for Plymouth.
Will it have a knock on effect with money going down the league. Quite possibly.
That might mean smaller stadiums, no fancy training grounds, no signing of expensive players on big contracts or comfy seating in grounds.
But whether we play in front of 30,000 people televised on sky or 1,000 people in a tiny stadium the buz will be there for me. When a 90th minute winner goes in against the opposition it doesn't matter if its Sunderland or Hull or Crawley Town away. The Passion is still there and they can't take that away.
As long as people in Plymouth want football someone will provide it in some form.
It wasn't to long ago that the money, stadiums and TV deals weren't in football and we all followed it then. Tommy T isn't any less of legend because he now drives a taxi rather than owns some designer clothes line.
If I can spend my Saturdays with oggy in hand cheering on Argyle I'll live happy.