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Plans to channel money from the new Premier League Pay-Per-View games into lower-league football clubs have been scrapped

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Plans to channel money from the new Premier League Pay-Per-View games into lower-league football clubs have been scrapped

Plans to channel money from the new Premier League Pay-Per-View games into lower-league football clubs have been scrapped, because of the fallout from Project Big Picture.

Supporters of the Project Big Picture proposals say if they were actioned, there would be an immediate £250m payment from the Premier League for the EFL, and a commitment that 25 per cent of future Premier League revenues would be ring-fenced for EFL clubs.

Project big picture would give special status and preferred votes to the so-called big six clubs – Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City and Tottenham and would close the big earning gap between Premier League and EFL.

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