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 By PA Sport

EFL Trophy to stand by format despite top clubs' academies pulling out

Barnsley won the Johnstone's Paint Trophy last season.

The Football League is expected to keep its rejuvenation of the EFL Trophy on track by inviting other top academy sides to fill the void left by those likely to turn down the offer.

Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea, among others, are all reportedly planning to reject the chance to field academy sides in the EFL Trophy.

Sixteen category one clubs were invited to join the 48 clubs from League One and League Two in an attempt to spruce up the competition -- formerly known as the Johnstone's Paint Trophy...

 By PA Sport

Premier League academy sides set to reject EFL Trophy offer - reports

Barnsley won the Johnstone's Paint Trophy last season.

A number of Premier League clubs have decided to opt out of entering their academy sides into the revamped English Football League Trophy, according to reports.

Sixteen top-category clubs were invited to join the 48 clubs from League One and League Two in an attempt to spruce up the competition -- formerly known as the Johnstone's Paint Trophy -- starting this season.

But of those sides, PA Sport reported that London clubs Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham are set to decline the offer. 

Spurs...

 By PA Sport

Premier League academy sides to help 'rejuvenate' Football League Trophy

Barnsley were last year's winners f the Johnstone Pain Trophy.

English Football League (EFL) chief executive Shaun Harvey believes inviting Premier League clubs to take part in a revamped EFL Trophy next season will "rejuvenate" the competition and help develop domestic talent.

It was recently reported that 16 top-category academy sides have been asked to join the 48 clubs from Leagues One and Two in what was previously known as the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, but is currently without a sponsor.

Fifteen of those invited clubs come from the Premier League, with...

 By PA Sport

Fans unhappy over under-23 team plans for EFL Trophy

Barnsley won the competition, then known as the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, in April.

Football fans have reacted angrily to a plan to allow Premier League clubs to field under-23 teams with up to four overage players in the EFL Trophy next season.

Radical plans to revamp the competition, previously known as the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, were announced earlier this month.

But the decision to expand the now sponsor-less competition to a 64-team format comprising teams from League One, League Two and 16 "category-one" academies was far from unanimous.

Several English Football League...

 By PA Sport

Premier League academy teams approved to play for EFL Trophy

Barnsley won the trophy last season.

Premier League academy teams will be allowed to play in the EFL Trophy next season after radical plans to revamp the competition were approved at the English Football League's annual general meeting in Portugal.

Sixteen of the 21 existing category one academies -- 14 of them belonging to top-flight teams -- will be invited to join a 64-team competition which will start with 16 groups of four before becoming a straight knockout with a final at Wembley.

The Premier League is understood to have provided...