FA Chairman Says Clubs Threaten Breakaway in ‘Project Big Picture’ Proposal

FA Chairman Says Clubs Threaten Breakaway in 'Project Big Picture' Proposal

The head of English soccer said he walked away from talks about a reshaping of the leagues being spearheaded by Liverpool and Manchester United over their pursuit of more power and threats to break away from the Premier League.

Greg Clarke, the chairman of the Football Association, on Tuesday acknowledged his part in discussions about “Project Big Picture,” which only become public on Sunday.

The plans — if approved — would see the Premier League distribute more cash to the 72 professional teams in the English Football League. But woven into the proposals is transformation of the power structures in the Premier League. The number of teams would reduce from 20 to 18, and the nine longest-serving clubs would gain more control — with only six having to approve changes.

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