If it were about a level playing field, there would be transfer caps, wage caps and the like. They could deduct points if you spend over a certain amount. However, it's not about fairness it's about keeping power in the hands of certain clubs.
Yeah, I tend to find that angle a load of rubbish, but fair enough if that's what you think, plenty people do but a club like Man City coming in and raising the profile of a league or competition can only be a good thing for the authorities in charge of them. Pretty sure the likes of AC Milan would have been given a big leg up if that were the case.
Everyone kinda pretends at the start of the season all the clubs in the PL are playing on a level playing field, but just because Liverpool get revenue from a worldwide fan base how is it fair to the competition that they get to spend a ton of money and others don't.
Who pretends everyone's on a level playing field, genuinely never heard anyone think that? You honestly think people "pretend" that Bournemouth, Sheffield Utd, Norwich etc, etc are on a level playing field, rubbish. Liverpool have been a huge club for years and have a global fans base that they've built up, but they're spending honestly (as far as we know) and I don't think anyone's complaining that it's not a level playing field for the smaller clubs, it's just the way it is, that goes with most sports. Strange points you're trying to put across to be honest.