Monday's Most Important Stories: EFL clubs "on the brink" of collapse; CEO: "Netflix and Amazon interested in Serie A"; UK government warned football structure is at risk; Championship salary cap could be introduced this season; Committee rejects further opening of Italian stadiums

28 September 2020

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Photo: PA Images "We need specifics and clubs need answers and reassurances very soon," EFL chairman Rick Parry told the BBC, repeating his claim the EFL needs up to £250 million to cover its financial shortfall.
Emil Gjerding Nielson and Mads Meisner nielson@offthepitch.com

1. EFL clubs "on the brink" of collapse

Cancelling the season will be a "last resort", according to EFL chairman Rick Parry, despite the fact that the coronavirus pandemic has put some clubs "on the brink" of collapse.

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