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How much each Premier League club earns in TV money - and how much they could earn under potential new rules - Mirror.co.uk

The Premier League's "big six" would earn an additional 7 per cent of all foreign broadcast revenue if it were distributed in the same way as the league place prize money. Club bosses are meeting on Wednesday to discuss what could be the biggest shake ...and more »

Premier League TV rights: Clubs set for 'one of most important meetings' - BBC Sport

Club bosses are preparing for one of the most important meetings in the Premier League's history on Wednesday. It comes amid a potentially damaging split over the way the next round of multi-billion-pound international broadcasting rights are shared.and more »

The 100 worst strikers in Premier League history... Sportsmail counts down the biggest flops: Nos 40-21 - Daily Mail

After 25 years the Premier League has seen its fair share of great goalscorers. But it has also witnessed a fair amount of mediocrity in its time. While its greatest players remain revered, some of its worst are equally heralded. Here Sportsmail fly ...and more »

Premier League new boys who have not played a single minute - including £31m Manchester United signing - Mirror.co.uk

The Premier League season is in full flow with the two Manchester clubs doing battle at the top. Both United and City have started the campaign in fine form while Chelsea and Spurs aren't too far behind. A number of new signings have impressed too with ...and more »

Premier League clubs refuse to back 'big six' plan for bigger share of TV cash - Evening Standard

Premier League clubs have failed to agree on a plan to change the way they share income from the top flight's overseas broadcasting deals. With a two-thirds majority needed to change the current set-up, Premier League executive chairman Richard ...and more »

Jose Mourinho says he's a better coach at Manchester United than he was at Chelsea - and there's one reason why - The Independent

Jose Mourinho is of the belief he is a better manager now at Manchester United than he ever was at Chelsea. Mourinho achieved great success in two separate spells with the Blues winning the Premier League title on three occasions alongside three League ...and more »

Premier League Weighs End to 25 Years of TV Revenue Parity - New York Times

LONDON — The Premier League's 20 teams will meet Wednesday in London to discuss ending a 25-year-old consensus on revenue sharing that has made the soccer league not only the world's richest but also one of the sport's most equitable. At the heart of ...and more »

Transfer News LIVE updates: Romelu Lukaku injury, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea latest - Express.co.uk

Transfer news LIVE updates: All the latest breaking news and gossip from Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United and more… Wednesday October 4. Fabregas admits to throwing pizza at Fergie. 14:50: Cesc Fabregas has admitted he was the player ...and more »

Why Jose Mourinho saw that Manchester United's biggest threat this season was not Manchester City or Chelsea - Mirror.co.uk

Jose Mourinho cut a more modest figure than usual as he say in Washington last summer. He made sure not to make any bold proclamations that Manchester United would return to the top of English football, report the Manchester Evening News . He instead ...and more »

Premier League's 'Big Six' fail in first attempt to win larger pot of overseas TV rights revenue - Telegraph.co.uk

Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City are expected be awarded a bigger share of the Premier League's television billions - despite failing in their first attempt to land it. The so-called Big Six were ...and more »