sport news Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani calls Project Big Picture a 'disgrace'

Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani calls Project Big Picture a 'disgrace' and reminds Liverpool and Man United chiefs behind controversial plan they have profited hugely from existing Premier League set-up Radrizzani has become the first Premier League owner to speak out about plans The 20 top-flight clubs rejected Project Big Picture shake-up on Wednesday Plans would have concentrated power with the 'Big Six' in exchange for bailout  EFL chief Rick Parry supported the plans which included £250m for the League But Radrizzani branded the plans a 'disgrace' and praised Premier League 'unity' 

By Adam Shergold for MailOnline

Published: 08:50 BST, 17 October 2020 | Updated: 08:50 BST, 17 October 2020

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Leeds United chairman Andrea Radrizzani has labelled Project Big Picture a 'disgrace' and reminded the owners of Liverpool and they have already profited hugely from the Premier League.

Radrizzani has become the first top-flight owner to speak out against the controversial plans that would have seen enhanced powers for the 'Big Six' clubs in exchange for a financial bail-out of the EFL.

The 20 Premier League clubs rejected the Project Big Picture proposals following a meeting on Wednesday after they were put forward by Liverpool and Man United and supported by EFL chief Rick Parry.

Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani has branded Project Big Picture proposals a 'disgrace'

Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani has branded Project Big Picture proposals a 'disgrace'

Radrizzani's Leeds United returned to the Premier League after 16 years away this season

Radrizzani's Leeds United returned to the Premier League after 16 years away this season

'I believe what happened is really a disgrace, and for many reasons,' Radrizzani told The Times.

'I

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