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Premier League fans fume at Man United and Liverpool's 'Project Big Picture'

Football.london Sunday, 11 October 2020
Premier League fans fume at Man United and Liverpool's 'Project Big Picture'Manchester United and Liverpool have been named as the driving force behind a new proposal to shake up English football
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