WHOEVER advised Liverpool and Manchester United to propose a reset of the Premier League/EFL couldn’t possible have known too much about the culture of football in Britain, indeed Europe. Why on earth did these clubs, supposedly two of the most emotionally-driven football institutions in the world, think they would get away with launching a power grab in the middle of a global crisis? It’s a shame, because there are some positives in Project Big Picture, but the outrage, the audacity and the self-interest wrapped in the cloak of the philanthropist will overshadow any good samaritanism it might do.  Gestures We all knew football had problems before covid-19 descended upon us, huge financial imbalances, the culture of greed, the scent of Wall Street and those…