According to "Sky Sports" reports, Wenger, Allardys and others opposed the Premier League reform plan proposed by Liverpool and Manchester United.
Wenger believes that 250 million pounds of economic aid cannot really help low- and middle-level clubs out of their predicament, but will exacerbate existing problems. He said: "If the reforms are not effective, those small clubs will cease to exist. I think this funding will not solve the problem. The situation is much more serious than this."
Former England coach Allardys believes that this reform plan will give the already powerful Premier League Big 6 more power. He said: "It is a very dangerous thing to hand over important voting rights in the football world to nine teams."
"Although the reforms seem to be very beneficial in the current epidemic and seem to have helped the EFL, it is not a good thing for the current Premier League teams to reduce the number of Premier League teams and give the voting power to Big 6."
“尽管改革在当前的流行中似乎是非常有益的，并且似乎对EFL有所帮助，但对于目前的英超联赛球队来说，减少英超联赛球队的数量并赋予Big 6投票权并不是一件好事。 ”
"A lot of the teams I play for have communicated with me. They said that they all face the same problems in high-level meetings after the end of the season. The Premier League Big 6 always wants more money. Sadly, they have always been Get more money for yourself."
"If the Big 6 team continues to hold more power, no team can compete with them." "We need to keep the Premier League teams at an appropriate gap, so that the Premier League maintains very, very, very strong competition."