April 24, 2024

Cuándo comienza la SUPERLIGA BOGATIH

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This project was relevant in April 2022 and was quickly shut down; however, due to a decision of the European Court in Luxembourg, it has become relevant again. Yet, only a few clubs are willing to go against FIFA and UEFA, with only Barcelona and Real Madrid being vocal about it, while Juventus, the original founding club, remains silent for now.

Practically all other clubs in Europe, even those who wouldn’t have a chance to play in the Super League, have expressed their support for FIFA and UEFA, even after the wealthy Super League presented how their competition system would look in “three divisions”. “Each club would receive 100 million euros, a sum that cannot be earned even by winning the UEFA Champions League,” said Laporta, adding that “16 clubs are ‘certain’ to compete: Barcelona, Real Madrid, Inter, Milan, Napoli, Roma, Marseille, Benfica, Sporting, Porto, Anderlecht, Club Brugge, and three other clubs from the Netherlands.

Let’s remember that the European Champions’ Cup of 1955 had very few participating clubs.” “Our competition would compete with the Premier League.

I think the English clubs won’t join immediately, but we want them to join us. We’ve had many discussions with Liverpool, Chelsea, United, and City,” Laporta said, revealing that PSG won’t participate because UEFA is “watching their back.”

Este proyecto fue relevante en abril de 2022 y fue cerrado rápidamente; sin embargo, debido a una decisión del Tribunal Europeo en Luxemburgo, ha vuelto a ser relevante. Sin embargo, solo unos pocos clubes están dispuestos a ir en contra de la FIFA y la UEFA, siendo solo el Barcelona y el Real Madrid los que son vocales al respecto, mientras que la Juventus, el club fundador original, permanece en silencio por ahora.

Prácticamente todos los demás clubes en Europa, incluso aquellos que no tendrían la oportunidad de jugar en la Superliga, han expresado su apoyo a la FIFA y la UEFA, incluso después de que la rica Superliga presentara cómo se vería su sistema de competencia en “tres divisiones”. “Cada club recibiría 100 millones de euros, una suma que no se puede obtener ni ganando la Liga de Campeones de la UEFA”, dijo Laporta, añadiendo que “16 clubes ‘seguro’ competirían: Barcelona, Real Madrid, Inter, Milán, Nápoles, Roma, Marsella, Benfica, Sporting, Oporto, Anderlecht, Club Brujas y tres clubes más de los Países Bajos.

Recordemos que la Copa de Campeones Europeos de 1955 tuvo muy pocos clubes participantes”. “Nuestra competición competiría con la Premier League.

Creo que los clubes ingleses no se unirán de inmediato, pero queremos que se unan a nosotros. Hemos tenido muchas conversaciones con Liverpool, Chelsea, United y City”, dijo Laporta, revelando que el PSG no participará porque la UEFA está “cuidando su espalda”.

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