THE Deloitte Football Money League always makes interesting reading, but its annual appearance reminds us what big-time football has become – a major global industry. The past 10 years has created footballing behemoths, but never has the gulf between the elite and the also-rans been so great. It would be wrong to say football has never been about the rich and poor. The composition of the rich list certainly has changed – in the 1980s, the “big five” in England comprised Everton and Liverpool, Manchester United, Tottenham and Arsenal. In the period between the late 1960s and early 70s, if you compiled a “big six”, it would probably have consisted of: Leeds United, Liverpool, Everton, Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham. Today, Everton are struggling…