Soccer Teams in the Premier League Have Run Out of Private Jets
Teams have been made to fly in smaller aircraft and, god forbid, buses to get to games.
In a different variation of football played in Europe, players actually use their feet to go around the field.
The Premier League, the top division of this bizarre sport that you might refer to as "soccer," is currently dealing with a severe problem due to a lack of private aircraft.
Twenty soccer teams from England (and occasionally Wales) compete in the league, where a player's average weekly wage is roughly $51,000. Games can be played at home or away.
This implies that at least one side will always have to travel. And in a nation around the size of Oregon, that clearly necessitates a fleet of private planes to transport the players, coaching staff, and administration across the nation.
However, The Atlantic claims that this season, the league has had a plane scarcity.