Tag: European Super League

European Super League: UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin says Real Madrid, Juventus, Barcelona paralyzed themselves

The President of the European football governing body, UEFA, Aleksander Ceferin has insisted that Real Madrid, Juventus, and FC Barcelona have paralyzed themselves in the world of football over their desire for a European Super League. He insisted that he does not understand the approach the three clubs are trying to take in their quest […]

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European Super League: Real Madrid, Barcelona, Juventus continue their war with UEFA

Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, and Juventus are still not ready to give up on their dream of establishing a breakaway league called the European Super League. Days after the European football governing body, UEFA, announced that a disciplinary procedure against the three clubs has started, the three clubs decided to issue a statement to insist […]

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European Super League: UEFA begins disciplinary procedures against Juventus, Real Madrid, Barcelona

The European governing body, UEFA, has commenced disciplinary procedures against Juventus, Real Madrid, and FC Barcelona over their role in the failed European Super League. Recall that on April 18, 2021, Real Madrid, Juventus, FC Barcelona, and 9 other clubs which included, Arsenal, Chelsea, Atletico Madrid, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, Manchester City, Inter Milan, […]

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Super League: Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United get UEFA punishment

The European football governing body, UEFA has fined nine of the twelve clubs that joined the failed European Super League a combined 15 million euros for joining the breakaway league. The fine will be a goodwill contribution to develop grassroots football in Europe which will involve mostly children. More so, the nine clubs – Chelsea, […]

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Premier League executives that signed up for European Super League have resigned from PL Committees

Five Premier League executives out of the six clubs that signed up for the failed European Super League have resigned from their advisory roles in the Premier League committees. Recall that on April 18, 2021, it was announced that 6 Premier League clubs – Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, and Tottenham Hotspur signed […]

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European Super League: UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin wants ESL clubs to be punished

Aleksander Ceferin, the president of the European football governing body, UEFA, has insisted that the 12 clubs that signed up for the failed European Super League would be punished for doing so. Recall that 12 top clubs in Europe – Real Madrid, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City, FC Barcelona, AC Milan, Inter Milan, Juventus, […]

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