Through the trapdoor
The spiralling sums at stake in professional sport mean relegation can have dire financial consequences for struggling clubs. Dominic Farnsworth and Duncan Sandlant report on how some clubs are limiting their exposure
One of the most compelling features of football and some rugby leagues around the world is the seasonal battle for promotion and relegation, where the anticipation and anxiety involved can define a whole season and becomes a shared experience between all those involved with a club.
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