Don't point one and point two contradict each other here?
. I think i didn't put it well, but i know what i'm trying to say.
Anyway, some points to consider...
Last season the goal per game average from the top 3 leagues was...
1. Bundesliga= 2.86
2. Premier League = 2.81
3. La Liga= 2.76
This season so far...
1. Bundesliga= 2.9
1. La Liga= 2.87
2. Premier League= 2.84
The average attendence last season...
1. Bundesliga= 45,116
2. Premier League= 34,486
3. La Liga= 30,275
This season so far...
1. Bundesliga= 41,898
2. Premier League= 35,659
3. La Liga= 28,905
Teams that have finished top 4 in Bundesliga from 07/08-11/12
Teams that have finished top 4 in EPL from 07/08-11/12
Teams that have finished top 4 in La Liga from 07/08-11/12
Champions League performances from 07/08-11/12 and this seaosn so far
12/13 so far
England: GS,GS,16 GW,16 GRU
Spain: 16 GW,16 GW,16 GRU,16 GRU
Germany: QR,16 GW,16 GW,16 GW
Bundesliga Champions from 07/08-11/12
Premier League Champions from 07/08-11/12
Man United x3
La Liga Champions from 07/08-11/12
Real Madrid x2
In the 1990's Serie A was the best
Early 2000's, La Liga was the best
2006-2009, the Premier League was the best.
2009-2013, It could be argued either way (But i think La Liga from 09-11. Bundesliga from 11 onwards)
After 2013, it will undisputedly be the Bundesliga the way things are heading.
I think the excitement of the Premier League is Vastly exagerated. If you look back further it has less winners and top 4 members than Bundesliga and La Liga. It's been pretty much the same teams in the same positions every year. (How very exciting
In the Bundesliga you have new teams in there every year. The champions Dortmund have only just gone into 2nd place because Leverkusen are performing well (didn't reach the Champions league last season). Wolfsburg, who won the league a few years a go are now in the relegation battle. Hertha who finished top 4 a few seasons back have since been relegated. Schalke, who won their champions league group are struggling to even get into Europe for next season. Same with Gladbach who finished top 4, whilst Frankfurt (who have only just come up from the 2nd division) are flying high in 4th within touching distance of 3rd and even 2nd. Add that to the fact that it averages more goals per game than any other major league, then you've got a very exciting league.
Plus, Bundesliga teams are performing best in Europe this season, which shows the the teams are only getting better. La Liga performed better last season.
Premier League is all aboput money. So much, that it's a business rather than a sport in that league. The Bundesliga treats it like a sport with cheap ticket prices, and the result is virtually no debt and better use of the youth system.
I don't see anything that suggest that the EPL is the best in the world. 4 years a go it was, but not now. It's getting worse and worse every season