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NBC Sports 19 Sep 2020

Manchester United face issues entering 2020-21 Premier League season

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Robbie Mustoe and Tim Howard react to a topsy turvy offseason at Old Trafford as Manchester United prepare to kick off their new campaign.


Rebecca Lowe and the 2 Robbies return for the 2020-21 Premier League season and lay out what to look forward to at the start of the new campaign.
Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle are joined by Tim Howard to preview the 2020-21 Premier League season with their 5 burning questions on Liverpool's title defense (4:20), Manchester City's title challenge (12:50), Chelsea (20:40) and Manchester United's (27:40) pursuit to take the next step, the debate between who will have a better season between Tottenham (37:00) and Arsenal (44:55) and last but not least, what to expect from Leeds United this season (50:00). The gents end the episode with their predictions for relegation, the top-four and title winners (53:25).
Exclusive: Liverpool and Manchester United are in talks about a bombshell plot involving Europe's biggest football clubs to reshape the sport's global landscape.

They want to join a new FIFA-backed tournament - and Sky News has learnt that financiers are assembling a £4.6bn funding package to assist the creation of what could become known as the European Premier League.

UEFA since stated that: "The UEFA President has made it clear on many occasions that UEFA strongly opposes a Super League. The principles of solidarity, of promotion, relegation and open leagues are non-negotiable.

"It is what makes European football work and the Champions League the best sports competition in the world.

"UEFA and the clubs are committed to build on such strength not to destroy it to create a super league of 10, 12, even 24 clubs, which would inevitably become boring."
Joe Prince-Wright, Nick Mendola and Andy Edwards react to reports of a new FIFA-sanctioned "European Premier League" that would rival the Champions League.

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