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EFL reject Premier League’s £50million bailout which ‘falls some way short’ of figure required to help struggling clubs survive

talkSPORT Thursday, 15 October 2020
The EFL have rejected the Premier League’s proposed £50million rescue package for League One and League Two clubs. At a shareholders’ meeting on Wednesday, the Premier League agreed to offer Interest-free loans and grants to clubs in the third and fourth tier – but no funds were made available for Championship outfits. EFL statement following […]
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