Hupu News on October 15 Premier League officials subsequently issued an official statement announcing the results of the meeting. They said: The 20 Premier League clubs unanimously rejected the Project Big Picture (PBP) proposal, and this proposal will no longer be publicly supported or implemented by the Premier League or the FA.
In addition, the shareholders of the Premier League agree that the Premier League, as a group of 20 clubs, will cooperate on the strategic plan for the future structure and financing of English football, and negotiate with all stakeholders to ensure that this will be a dynamic , A competitive and sustainable English football pyramid.
The clubs will cooperate in an open and transparent manner, focusing on the structure, schedule, management and financial sustainability of the competition. This project has the full support of the FA and will negotiate with all relevant stakeholders, including fans, the government, and the EFL.
In addition, at today's meeting, the parties agreed to provide a rescue plan to ensure that the League One and League Two clubs will not go bankrupt due to the financial impact of the new crown epidemic and can complete the 2020/21 season without any obstacles. All games. League One and League Two clubs are more dependent on match day income and have fewer resources at their disposal than Premier League clubs, especially when fans cannot watch the game, the risk will be greater. This amount will include a total of 50 million pounds of interest-free loans and assistance, and this year's League One and League Two have received a grant of 27.2 million pounds, so the total is 77.2 million pounds.
The Premier League and the EFL will continue to negotiate on the financial situation of the Premier League clubs to understand what the clubs need, and this will also resolve the government's concerns about the financial fragility of low-level league clubs.
Without fans, football will be completely different; without fans, the economy of the football world will become unsustainable. Therefore, the Premier League and all our clubs are still committed to getting fans back to the stadium safely as soon as possible.
According to previous reports, the PBP proposal was jointly promoted by Manchester United and Liverpool and EFL Chairman Parry, and as far as the current situation is concerned, this proposal is dead, and assistance for lower-level leagues will come soon.