时间:2020-10-20 16:44:46

Premier League clubs have rejected Project Big Picture but have agreed to create an emergency financial package for clubs in League One and League Two


At a virtual meeting on Wednesday, all 20 clubs "unanimously agreed" that neither the Premier League nor the FA would endorse or pursue the proposals, which included changing the voting structure of the Premier League, as well as funding models for the English Football League (EFL) and Football Association (FA)


Masters: "No beef" with EFL over Project Big Picture supportOverwhelming support" from EFL - but not PLFA chairman left "Big Picture" talks after breakaway threatThe clubs have also agreed to work as a "collective" and with transparency on any future plans that involve the structure or financial of English football

大师赛:EFL对“大图片计划”的支持“没有牛肉” EFL的压倒性支持-但在脱离威胁后PLFA主席没有离开“大图片”的谈判俱乐部也同意作为“集体”工作,并对未来的任何计划保持透明涉及qq德克萨斯扑克外挂足球的结构或财务

These proposals, which have now been rejected, were initially drawn up by Liverpool, with the backing of Manchester United


The plans had involved several other major changes to the structure of English football, with a reduction from 20 to 18 teams in the Premier League and the scrapping of the EFL Cup and Community Shield


In a statement on Wednesday, the Premier League said: "All 20 Premier League clubs today unanimously agreed that Project Big Picture will not be endorsed or pursued by the Premier League, or The FA


"Further, Premier League Shareholders agreed to work together as a 20-club collective on a strategic plan for the future structures and financing of English football, consulting with all stakeholders to ensure a vibrant, competitive and sustainable football pyramid


"Clubs will work collaboratively, in an open and transparent process, focusing on competition structure, calendar, governance and financial sustainability


"This project has the full support of The FA and will include engagement with all relevant stakeholders including fans, Government and, of course, the EFL." The EFL, however, said the majority of its clubs overwhelmingly supported Project Big Picture plans following meetings with chairman Rick Parry

“该项目得到了英足总的全力支持,并将包括与所有相关利益相关者的参与,包括球迷,政府,当然还有EFL。”然而,EFL表示,在与董事长里克·帕里(Rick Parry)会面后,其大多数俱乐部绝大多数都支持大电影计划

Six Championship clubs have told News they could go out of business by the end of the season without fans and without a financial bailout


On the EFL bailout, the Premier League said it "aims to ensure that League One and League Two clubs will not go out of business"


It added: "League One and League Two clubs rely more heavily on matchday revenue and have fewer resources at their disposal than Championship or Premier League clubs and are therefore more at risk, especially at a time when fans are excluded from attending matches


"This offer will consist of grants and interest-free loans totalling a further 50m grant and loan facility for League One and Two clubs only


"In addition, the Premier League has requested further discussions with the EFL regarding the nature of this proposal and also on future, potential loan funding for Championship clubs in COVID-19 distress


"The League will be not be commenting further until it has discussed the elements of the proposal with its membership." EFL: Project Big Picture"The EFL notes the position of the Premier League in respect of today"s discussions with its clubs regarding the Project Big Picture proposals

“在同其成员讨论提案的内容之前,联盟将不会再发表评论。” EFL:Big Big Picture项目” EFL注意到英超联赛在与俱乐部进行有关“ Big Big Picture项目”提案的今天讨论中的立场

"As we have maintained across the past 72 hours, there is a significant issue facing the English footballing pyramid and therefore it is encouraging that there is an acknowledgment that a review of the current status quo is required, with a strategic plan to be developed to consider the future of the football


"While by no means a finished product, Project Big Picture was developed to consider these same issues and address the challenges facing football from top to bottom


"The EFL welcomes the opportunity to contribute to any wider debate with colleagues across the game as we seek to finally address impossible economic pressures and deliver on the objective of having a sustainable EFL in the long-term."

“ EFL欢迎有机会与游戏中的所有同事进行更广泛的辩论,因为我们寻求最终解决不可能的经济压力并实现长期拥有可持续EFL的目标。”


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