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Premier League says clubs will not back 'Project Big Picture'

BBC News Wednesday, 14 October 2020 ()
Premier League clubs have "unanimously agreed" that 'Project Big Picture' will not be "endorsed or pursued".
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The Premier League has rejected Project Big Picture, which was brought forwardby Manchester United and Liverpool. The proposals included an immediate£250million bailout for the EFL and a 25 per cent share for the league everyyear in any future Premier League media revenues, they also sought...

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