CEO of Manchester United, Ed Woodward has said numerous times that the Premiership would be difficult to accept the request of the rebel coalition in the cancellation provisions relegation this season. "Big boss" at Old Trafford also warned of this team should quickly accept fate to help the tournament is back on schedule.

Big boss MU authority with the Premiership, flexing associated insurgents
Ed Woodward claims against rebel groups team (Image Source: Internet)

Ed Woodward claims against rebel group team

A meeting between the Premier League team was scheduled held tomorrow (4/6) in order to come to common ground on deciding the final positions of the tournament while back. According to CEO of United, Ed Woodward, the bottom three ranked teams will be relegated as part of the plan back.

The Telegraph also reported, the representative head of each team are said to have received a call of Ed Woodward about his views. All Premier League clubs have agreed to continue the season in late May, before the tournament organizing committee publicity time back in the day 17/6. However, some of the team at the bottom of the charts still suggest a vote on the ability to cancel three Productivity relegation this season.

Big boss MU authority with the Premiership, flexing associated insurgents
Many teams still hope in the ability to cancel three Productivity relegation (Image Source: Internet)

Many teams still hope in the ability to cancel three Productivity relegation

A meeting between the coalition and the organizers rebel league was scheduled last month, but then it was quickly canceled. Sportsmail also recently disclosed, any team rebellion does not accept a stadium planned or harass that tournament interruptions will have to pay a fine of 35 million pounds / week from the time the Premiership he returned.

Current rebel coalition including the team at the end of the current rankings, including: Norwich, Aston Villa, Bournemouth, Watford, West Ham and Brighton. Long intervals because the disease affects Covid-19 that most of the English team in trouble financially.

However, facing relegation was the biggest threat to the group of "relegation", in the context of their forces is difficult to guarantee the stability of the schedule relatively thick as Premier League officially back.