Premier League Big Six attack ‘rebels’ with clubs split over restart in coronavirus video call – The Sun

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Premier League Big Six attack ‘rebels’ with clubs split over restart in coronavirus video call – The Sun


PREMIER LEAGUE rebels were silenced as the split between clubs over ending the season early was laid bare.

Yesterday’s meeting of the 20 teams saw one Big Six executive call out the sides who proposed a June 30 finish date.


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 Manchester United are leading the Big Six's power play over the Prem season

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Manchester United are leading the Big Six’s power play over the Prem seasonCredit: Getty Images – Getty

They were considering asking for a full debate on a forced closure amid concern over around 80 Prem players’ contracts expiring and causing “chaos”.

But instead the leading club chief tore into them on the video call to demand they stick with the League’s position of playing out the season.

In an outburst that signalled the anger of the Big Six — Manchester United, City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham — the exec told them: “Our aim
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