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Premier League ´unanimously´ rejects Project Big Picture

SoccerNews.com Wednesday, 14 October 2020
The Premier League has rejected the controversial Project Big Picture proposals to reform English football but has committed to a strategic review that will seek a “vibrant, competitive and sustainable” league structure”. Last weekend, The Telegraph reported Liverpool and Manchester United were at the forefront of plans that sought to divert significant funds towards the […]
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