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Radical plans for Premier League no longer dull but no matter swift opposition

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Oct 12, 2020 ,
Radical plans for Premier League no longer dull but no matter swift opposition
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) – Radical proposals to trade English soccer backed by heavyweights Liverpool and Manchester United relish been met with swift criticism but Soccer League (EFL) chairman Rick Parry insists he’ll push forward with the notion.

FILE PHOTO: Soccer Soccer – League Two – Carlisle United v Crewe Alexandra – Brunton Park, Carlisle, Britain – October 12, 2019 Rick Parry, the contemporary EFL Chief Executive (L) within the stands Motion Photos/Paul Burrows

The proposals would give more energy to the sizable Premier League clubs, cutting again it from 20 teams to 18 for the 2022-23 season and scrapping the League Cup and Neighborhood Protect.

The plans would furthermore check up on the Premier League decide to providing 25% of the league’s earnings to EFL clubs and a 250 million kilos ($325.58 million) rescue fund to aid with the prompt affect of the COVID-19 crisis.