Tiger Fight, November 3 According to a report by the Daily Telegraph reporter Ben Rumsby, the Premier League finally agreed to the plan to rescue the Premier League clubs, but they will only assist those clubs that are really in difficulties and in need.
11月3日，老虎扑灭（Tiger Fight），据每日电讯记者本·拉姆斯比（Ben Rumsby）报道，英超联赛最终同意拯救英超俱乐部的计划，但它们只会为真正有困难和需要的俱乐部提供帮助。
According to the Daily Telegraph, the world’s richest Premier League submitted a revised COVID-19 assistance plan to the EFL last week, which finally included the clubs of the Premier League, and two weeks ago Their first publicly announced plan has been officially rejected by the EFL.
The price of the second plan proposed by the Premier League is currently unclear, but the source revealed that the plan submitted by the Premier League will only help clubs with poor financial conditions to get out of trouble, and this also means that half of the English The crown club will be excluded from this plan.
The report also said that currently seven clubs in the British Championship are still receiving the share of the parachute clause, and they may not be able to obtain the funds of the aid plan. All the assistance provided to the British Championship is not covered by the previous assistance to the British. Of the 50 million pounds in aid provided by A and B, these two payments are independent.
It is expected that the EFL board of directors will discuss the latest plan issued by the Premier League at a meeting this week, and they will decide whether to accept this plan before the clubs vote next week. Because there was no agreement on the aid plan at the end of last month, this also exacerbated concerns about the bankruptcy of several clubs before the two sides reached an aid plan. but,
The British government has also stated repeatedly that they hope the richest league in the world can save other teams in the British professional football league, but the government will not intervene on its own. But in a severely worded letter to the Minister of Digital, Culture, Media and Sports Oliver Dawden last week, EFL Chairman Rick Parry wrote: “It’s clear that
英国政府也反复表示，他们希望世界上最富有的联盟可以挽救英国职业足球联赛中的其他球队，但政府不会自行干预。但EFL主席里克·帕里（Rick Parry）在上周给数字，文化，媒体和体育部长奥利弗·道顿（Oliver Dawden）的严厉措辞中写道：
He added: "For some reasons, football is considered a particularly unworthy thing. Therefore, many of our clubs have now come to the conclusion that, in the best case, we are caught by someone who does not understand us. The national sports government has ignored it. In the worst case, we are its victims. Ultimately, the football world will judge the performance of the Conservative government based on how many football clubs are still operating after the epidemic finally subsides.
Both the Premier League and EFL have declined to comment on this new plan.