ccording to ESPN, Manchester United and Liverpool are planning a radical plan to maintain English football, it will watch over the Premier League.
The plan has been named “Project Big Picture”, and it was first reported in the telegraph. They are backing this plan to maintain the finances of the Premier League and the EFL.
Experts Views On “Project Big Picture”
Liverpool and Manchester City are alone in baking this plan, no other team has been seen or reported supporting them.
“Project Big Picture” news has started to gain fire all over the English football with many supporting it but a lot of people expressing major concerns.
- Positive Review
Rick Parry (Chairman Of EFL) is among those people who are supporting this proposal. In an interview with talkSport, he said “Project Big Picture will give everyone equal opportunity and will address every team and player equally. This plan is looking truly beneficial and we should congratulate Manchester United and Liverpool for taking this radical step”.
- Negative Review
In response to this proposal the DCMS official said, “rather than being United and together during this crisis we are discovering a backdoor deal being made, we are very surprised and disappointed after such a response”.
Oliver Dowden said, ” These decisions are unnecessary, especially during this crisis”.
Project Big Picture: What Are The Main Points
- Reduce the Premier League clubs from 20 to 18.
- Automatic elimination of the bottom two teams, the 16th placed team will automatically join Championships play-offs.
- Parachute installments to end with a £250m salvage finance made promptly accessible to the EFL – FA to be paid £100m to compensate for lost income
- New ways for distributing the Premier League income.
- Implementation of new changes in the loan system.