According to reports, in a radical reform plan proposed by Liverpool and Manchester United, in order to strengthen the voice of the giants, the six clubs of Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham will have a special status. In response, the fans of the six clubs will issue a joint statement opposing this reform plan.
Fans of the six clubs will say: “The fans we represent are fortunate to support the highest-income clubs in the Premier League, but we cannot move forward in football alone. This is a big family that requires a fair distribution of resources. To ensure that the Premier League is fully competitive and that the low-level leagues can flourish."
"The six clubs we support are reported as the planners of the reform plan, but we must make it clear that we do not support the current reform plan."
"The Premier League stated that all stakeholders should participate in the discussion about the future. However, before the announcement of the plan last Sunday, the fans had not received any opportunity for communication and consultation, even though the report said that the plan was brewing for three times. year."
"We have always supported reforms, and there are some valuable proposals in this plan, but we are totally opposed to the concentration of power in the six clubs, which is contrary to the purpose of the Premier League."
"We call on the government and the football sector to work together to strive for a sustainable future for all clubs, many of which are facing a serious survival crisis due to the new crown epidemic. We also hope that the reform can make a real commitment and listen to the opinions of our fans. Fans are the lifeblood of the game."