Europeans do not want a Super League

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Europeans do not want a Super League

Europeans don’t want the Super League

Reuters wrote that after a court ruling stating that UEFA and FIFA violate the laws of the European Union by obstructing the Super League, the major leagues rejected the existing Super League in favor of the current situation.

Javier Tebas, the president of La Liga, says, I bet a hundred dinners that in the short, medium, and long term, we will not see the Super League. The miracles of loaves and fishes were performed by Jesus, not by Brand Reicher, the CEO of the Super League.

The Premier League, Bundesliga, and Ligue 1 have emphasized that they reject competitions outside of UEFA.

The European Club Association, representing about 500 clubs on this continent, said that the football world has moved away from the Super League.

The Italian Football Federation, by declaring its defense of sporting integrity and respect for the international calendar, believes that the Super League is not compatible with the mentioned principles.


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