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Premier League clubs agree on anti-Super League measures

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English Premier League football clubs have approved rules to further protect the league against any future competition breakaways after its ‘big six’ teams were fined £22m (€25.6m/$31.1m) earlier this week for their involvement in the proposed European Super League.

At the Premier League’s annual general meeting yesterday (Thursday), it was agreed that clubs in breach of the new rules would be subject to “significant” sanctions.

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