An American group is assisting with Premier League reform plans, according to a report.
Dyche also stressed that power should be shared across the Premier League in the wake of Project Big Picture.
The Southampton boss is glad the proposal was rejected as it would have made the Premier League "boring".
Everton chief executive Denise Barrett-Baxendale 'asked for an apology' from Liverpool and Man Utd.
The 20 clubs will instead work together on a “strategic plan” to find a new way forward for English football.
A report claims that Premier League clubs 'have kicked Project Big Picture into the long grass'...
Here are some ideas that would ensure football is fair and fantastic, courtesy of John Nicholson.
Project Big Picture is the killer blow to a game which was wounded in 1992. RIP our game.
Dowden reckons the provisions within PBP “tended towards a closed shop” in favour of the big six...
Project Big Picture needs the support of non-Big Six clubs. But what is in it for them really?
Project Power Grab may over-reach and be doomed in its current form, but it's still definitely a prick.
Greg Clarke revealed in a letter to the FA Council that he walked away from discussions in late spring.
Shearer admits the football pyramid "needs more support" but Project Big Picture will "kill competition".
Project Big Picture plans are “a sugar-coated cyanide pill”, according to a leading fans’ group.
The Mailbox wants to pick and choose the best bits from Project Big Picture. Don't bin the League Cup, though...
David Baldwin is to stand down as chief executive of the EFL, having only taken on the role in June.
Downing Street has condemned the “backroom dealing” behind revolutionary Project Big Picture plans.
Project Big Picture has an awful name but what does it all mean? We got an idiot to compile an idiot's guide.
Project Big Picture is not a 'power grab', insists EFL chairman Rick Parry. Well he would say that.
Project Big Picture gets a mixed reception in the Mailbox. Also: Eric Dier, Bielsa for England, and Sam the Eagle...
The government criticise Liverpool and Manchester United's power-hungry Big Six plan...
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