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Premier League rebels meet to discuss anti FFP plans

Rebel Premier League clubs are meeting over plans for financial restrictions.

The Daily Mail says the summit at the Grove Hotel outside Watford, where England stay before Wembley matches, was attended by the refusenik group of Manchester City, Fulham, Reading, Aston Villa, West Bromwich and Southampton.

The Premier League executive, who had lobbied so hard to get their proposal limiting the amount of TV money spent on players' wages voted through by the narrowest of margins, had no knowledge about the gathering arranged by Southampton finance director Gareth Rogers.

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