The "Big Picture" plan proposed by Manchester United, Liverpool and EFL Chairman Parry caused an uproar in the English football circle. Former Premier League center Sutton wrote that this plan is intended to make the giants stronger, gain greater voice and share The bigger the cake, and the little team has no way to survive.
Are Manchester United and Liverpool trying to "save" football? Replacing the word with "control" may be closer to the truth. Because of the epidemic crisis, many clubs are struggling, but the giants are thinking about taking advantage of the epidemic to their own benefit.
This is dirty opportunism, and this idea of wanting to grab the most power exudes a stench.
Although related clubs claim that this is for the good of football, when something looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and screams like a duck, then it may be a duck, rather than its self-promotion or something else.
For example, Wolves fans, want to see their team win the Premier League in their lifetime? It's difficult, because the giants have become stronger.
Newcastle fans, want to see an ambitious boss replace Ashley? It's difficult, because the rich might not approve it.
Brighton fans, want to taste the League Cup? Difficult, because this event may have to be cancelled.
The British Championship team, think there will be a chance to upgrade the play-offs? You may need to beat the 16th place in the Premier League, and their lineup is better than yours.
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In this way, like Leicester City's 2016 championship miracle, it is almost impossible. What's more fun? This plan will kill dreams. It will make the strong team stronger and the weak team weaker. If it can pass, it will surprise me.
The Premier League has been reduced from 20 teams to 18 teams, and the Champions League, League One and League Two remain 24 teams;
Nine "long-term participants" will have the right to vote to determine all major decisions of the Premier League, including rule changes, other club boss changes, personnel changes, etc.; (Note: refers to the team that has not been downgraded for the longest time in the Premier League, In addition to the six giants, it currently includes Southampton, West Ham and Everton; the current decision-making power is shared by the Premier League 20 teams, and the resolution can only be passed with a 14/20 majority)
Immediately injected 350 million pounds into the EFL and the FA to make up for the losses in the past two seasons;
The League Cup and Community Shield are cancelled;
The subsidy for the relegated team will be cancelled and 25% of the Premier League’s income will be paid to the EFL;
Introduce the relegation playoffs, the 16th place in the Premier League and the 3/4/5th place in the Premier League participate;
Provide funds to establish a new and independent women's football league;
The season started later, and the pre-season preparation period was extended.