Premier League Issues Strong Warning To Man Utd, Liverpool

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The Premier League has released a strongly-worded statement over claims that Manchester United and Liverpool are leading proposals to radically change English football.

The two clubs are understood to have been working for three years, on a radical set of proposals to reshape both the Premier League and EFL.

Entitled ’Project Big Picture’, it is being seen in some quarters as a power grab by the Big Six who will become more powerful within the Premier League.

That is because it would involve the scrapping of the one-club, one-vote rule which has underpinned the Premier League since its inception in 1992.

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However, the Premier League have said they are disappointed with EFL chief, Rick Parry, for his “on the record support” and insisting that they see a number of the proposals as being “damaging”.

“In the Premier League’s view, a number of the individual proposals in the plan published today could have a damaging impact on the whole game and we are disappointed to see that Rick Parry, Chair of the EFL, has given his on-the-record support.

“The Premier League has been working in good faith with its clubs and the EFL to seek a resolution to the requirement for COVID-19 rescue funding. This work will continue,” the statement read in part.

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