Projecting The Impact Of A Monaco Title Win In France

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PSG are under enough scrutiny thanks to their mega sponsorship deal with the Qatar Tourism Authority from last year ( h/t ESPN FC ). But at least the side from the capitol have the fans to back up their project and can rely on regular capacity crowds. Monaco are not so lucky with a minuscule hard-core fan base, impairing the methods by which they can bring capital into the club. Increase in pressure A Ligue 1-title win at this early stage sets the bar incredibly high for a side that could still get picked apart after one successful season together. Given their lack of widespread support, playing for a truly big European side will still be attractive, despite the financial benefits of playing in Monaco ( h/t ESPN FC ) and being a part of the clubs ambitious project. The expectations would be massive, though, and without a steady fan base and the ability to sell out their own stadium on a regular basis, Monaco would struggle to develop into a truly big club. Instead, the approach will need time and patience in order for the number of supporters to grow and for Monacos status and reputation to develop with it. Michael Regan/Getty Images Winning Ligue 1 straight off the bat would also put a number of very young players potential progress in jeopardy. The temptation for Monaco to bring in ready-made talent instead of continuing to nurture their own would be great, particularly in the Champions League. Potential further investment One of the most intriguing outcomes of a potential Monaco title win would be the effects that the victory has on outside interest in the league. Ranieris side triumphing in Le Championnat at the first time of asking could appeal to new wealthy businessmen intent on investing in a European football club in a thriving league. Marseille, as Frances most successful and arguably best-supported team, could perhaps be the next Ligue 1 side that will become attractive to investors. Their history, stadium and fans make them an attractive proposition for any wealthy businessman looking to take on a club. Plus, they may well already be in Europe again should somebody decide to invest in them next summer. Conclusion Although it would be far from a disaster for Ligue 1 to see Monaco win the French title this season, there is a large chance that it would do more harm than good. Ranieris side need steady progress, which means Champions League qualification this season. A title win at this stage makes it look as if Le Championnat is up to buy for the highest bidder, which has not necessarily been the case since PSG were taken over by Qatar Sports Investments. Michael Regan/Getty Images It would be a demonstration of the good variety of competition for the title within France, but it would also practically ensure that the future league winners would be one of PSG or Monaco, leaving little space for any other side.

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