This is how United and Liverpool will change the Premier League

Indigenous protest grows in Colombia against the Duque government

The indigenous people of southwestern Colombia They will reinforce in Bogotá the national day of protest against the Government, which various unions and...

Trump abruptly wraps up ’60 minutes’ interview with Lesley Stahl

The president is angered by the questions and threatens to air the footage before next Sunday's broadcast for fear of manipulation by CBSDuring the...

IDB trusts that they will be able to work with Biden if he wins the elections

The president of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), Mauricio Claver-Carone, anticipated that this institution will work with whoever wins the elections on November...

Elections in the US What if China voted for Donald Trump?

Although bilateral relations were turbulent during the Republican government, the Asian giant could bet on a new term. The reasons.Despite the fact that...

US justice denies bail to former Mexican minister

The Los Angeles Federal Court has denied bail to the former Defense Minister of Mexico, Salvador Cienfuegos, who is accused of drug trafficking...

Manchester United and Liverpool are presented as the driving force behind a proposal for major changes in the Premier League.

It emerged in a revelation on Sunday. If the proposal were to pass, it would give even greater power to the “big six”.

The Premier League expressed in a statement on Sunday its opposition to the plan – while it actually received support from the leader of the EFL – the three divisions under the Premier League.

According to the newspaper, it is the Liverpool owners Fenway Group – with support from United – who have written the working document called “Project Big Picture” – and to which The Telegraph has gained access.

The proposal contains, among other things, these points:

Rick Parry, the chairman of the board of the EFL (which is the three divisions under the Premier League) supports the proposal, as long as his 72 clubs will also benefit from the changes. He believes it can reduce the financial gap between the clubs in the top two divisions.

This is how it went when Liverpool and Manchester United met in January:

The Premier League likes this very badly and:

– In the Premier League’s view, a number of the proposals in the plan could have a detrimental effect on the sport, and we are disappointed to see that Rick Parry has given his public support.


Related Articles