Championship clubs could still pursue breakaway from the EFL

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Leeds’ 3-2 away win at Aston Villa last December was one of the most-watched TV games of the seasonChampionship clubs may still pursue a breakaway from the English Football League if their deep-seated grievances over the handling of a new TV deal are not immediately addressed.Former Liverpool and Premier League chief executive Rick Parry was named chairman designate by the EFL on Thursday, with his appointment due to be ratified at a meeting of member clubs on 26 September.The appointment of 64-year-old will be followed by a new chief executive to replace Shaun Harvey, who left his role at the end of last season.After the recent turbulence of trying to manage the catastrophic financial situations at Bury and Bolton, EFL executive chair Debbie Jevans had hoped the installation of a new senior executive team would lead to a resetting of the relationship between the organisation and its biggest clubs.However, it is understood Jevans has been told that is not the case.Instead, BBC Sport has been told by several sources that a Premier League-style brea

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