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14 Premier League clubs kill Project Big Picture amid plan for new EFL bail out

The Sentinel Stoke Wednesday, 14 October 2020
14 Premier League clubs kill Project Big Picture amid plan for new EFL bail outEmergency meeting of Premier League clubs was called after plan was drawn up by Manchester United and Liverpool to revolutionise English football and seize more power.
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News video: PL clubs reject Project Big Picture, L1 & L2 bailout agreed

PL clubs reject Project Big Picture, L1 & L2 bailout agreed 03:20

Sky Sports News reporter James Cole has the latest on the power struggle that could define the future of the English game, after Premier League clubs reject Project Big Picture but agree to create an emergency financial package for clubs in League One and League Two.

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