The league in its current format was founded on February 20, 1992 and is composed of 20 teams that play 38 rounds to contest the title.The bottom-placed three teams are relegated to the Football League Championship while three new clubs gain promotion.If members make a habit of standing up other users on dates, or sending inappropriate messages or photos, Bradford said the company will kick users off the platform.“The whole model is not built on massive numbers; we’re building a small number of high-quality users that are really interested in dating, and we want to make sure we’re preserving that,” she said.The League has garnered its fair share of bad press claiming it’s elitist, but Bradford said it’s more a way for career-focused daters to quickly find people they’re likely to match with.Manchester United currently earn £50million every season from their deal with American car giant Chevrolet.Follow us on Twitter @fc1naija & Instagram - fcnaija Copyright © 2017 Fcnaija.This means that the ads could reach Facebook users that would not be found on traditional dating sites, such as celebrities, James claims."If you have the same interests as Kim Kardashian or a Premier League footballer, you could end up on their page," he says.
Letting daters see that kind of information upfront helps them choose people they’d actually want to go out with, and also cuts out some of the uncomfortable back-and-forth with a match, said CEO and founder Amanda Bradford.“Sometimes you have to ask awkward questions about height, and things like, ‘Do you have a job? The app planned to go live Wednesday for 2,000 Chicago users — chosen from more than 13,000 daters on the waiting list — and will add users each week on a rolling basis.According to the Daily Mail that a £12million offer is on the table from Tinder, who began their foray into sport last season.Tinder already has an agreement with Serie A side Napoli, which saw striker Arkadiusz Milik who was given a dating profile on the app.Also, Read; Photos: Nemanja Matic joins Man United in training The popular mobile application has millions of users, who try and find love (or whatever their hearts desire) by swiping right for potential matches.Nine clubs, including Red Devil biggest rivals Chelsea and Manchester City, have signed sleeve deals but none for any amount near the £12million a year that Tinder is said to be offering."We have no overheads," says James, who is the sole full-time employee of the company.