Manchester United and Liverpool, the two clubs with the largest numbers of English champions’ titles, have made a proposal to make ‘radical changes’ to the way football in England operates. Independent journalist Tony Evans has provided some informative outlines of the proposal here.
Opinions on whether these changes would bring good things to the English game in the long run are very divided, as Evans reports. For example, EFL chairman Rick Parry is full behind the idea.
On the other hand, Sky Sports journalist Kaveh Sohekol has voiced some strong reservations, questioning the long-term motivation of the owners of the big clubs behind it all.
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