Official: Milan join other leading European clubs to announce the new Super League competition

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Milan at the Super League. (@thesuperleague.com)

An earthquake in the football world has taken place: the Super League is kicking off and Milan is a founding club.

After years of rumours and denials – it is now official: The Super League is here and could kick off already starting next season.

The full statement, released late last night by the Founding Clubs, reads:

Twelve of Europe’s leading football clubs have today come together to announce they have agreed to establish a new mid-week competition, the Super League, governed by its Founding Clubs

AC Milan, Arsenal FC, Atlético de Madrid, Chelsea FC, FC Barcelona, FC Internazionale Milano, Juventus FC, Liverpool FC, Manchester City, Manchester United, Real Madrid CF and Tottenham Hotspur have all joined as Founding Clubs. It is anticipated that a further three clubs will join ahead of the inaugural season, which is intended to commence as soon as practicable.

Stadio San Siro before Milan-Sparta Prague on October 29, 2020. (@acmilan.com)

Going forward, the Founding Clubs look forward to holding discussions with UEFA and FIFA to work together in partnership to deliver the best outcomes for the new League and for football as a whole.

The formation of the Super League comes at a time when the global pandemic has accelerated the instability in the existing European football economic model. Further, for a number of years, the Founding Clubs have had the objective of improving the quality and intensity of existing European competitions throughout each season, and of creating a format for top clubs and players to compete on a regular basis.

The pandemic has shown that a strategic vision and a sustainable commercial approach are required to enhance value and support for the benefit of the entire European football pyramid. In recent months extensive dialogue has taken place with football stakeholders regarding the future format of European competitions. The Founding Clubs believe the solutions proposed following these talks do not solve fundamental issues, including the need to provide higher-quality matches and additional financial resources for the overall football pyramid.

A Milan flag during training at Milanello. (@acmilan.com)

Competition Format

  • 20 participating clubs with 15 Founding Clubs and a qualifying mechanism for a further five teams to qualify annually based on achievements in the prior season.
  • Midweek fixtures with all participating clubs continuing to compete in their respective national leagues, preserving the traditional domestic match calendar which remains at the heart of the club game.
  • An August start with clubs participating in two groups of ten, playing home and away fixtures, with the top three in each group automatically qualifying for the quarter finals. Teams finishing fourth and fifth will then compete in a two-legged play-off for the remaining quarter-final positions. A two-leg knockout format will be used to reach the final at the end of May, which will be staged as a single fixture at a neutral venue.

As soon as practicable after the start of the men’s competition, a corresponding women’s league will also be launched, helping to advance and develop the women’s game.

The new annual tournament will provide significantly greater economic growth and support for European football via a long-term commitment to uncapped solidarity payments which will grow in line with league revenues. These solidarity payments will be substantially higher than those generated by the current European competition and are expected to be in excess of €10 billion during the course of the initial commitment period of the Clubs. In addition, the competition will be built on a sustainable financial foundation with all Founding Clubs signing up to a spending framework. In exchange for their commitment, Founding Clubs will receive an amount of €3.5 billion solely to support their infrastructure investment plans and to offset the impact of the COVID pandemic.

Paolo Scaroni and Ivan Gazidis before Milan-Inter at Stadio San Siro on March 17, 2019. (@acmilan.com)

Florentino Pérez, President of Real Madrid CF and the first Chairman of the Super League said:

“We will help football at every level and take it to its rightful place in the world. Football is the only global sport in the world with more than four billion fans and our responsibility as big clubs is to respond to their desires.”

Backing the new European league, Andrea Agnelli, Chairman of Juventus and Vice-Chairman of the Super League said:

“Our 12 Founder clubs represent billions of fans across the globe and 99 European trophies. We have come together at this critical moment, enabling European competition to be transformed, putting the game we love on a sustainable footing for the long-term future, substantially increasing solidarity, and giving fans and amateur players a regular flow of headline fixtures that will feed their passion for the game while providing them with engaging role models.”

Joel Glazer, Co-Chairman of Manchester United and Vice-Chairman of the Super League said:

“By bringing together the world’s greatest clubs and players to play each other throughout the season, the Super League will open a new chapter for European football, ensuring world-class competition and facilities, and increased financial support for the wider football pyramid.”

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Ink
Ink
24 days ago

This is utter bs I can’t bring myself to think that Milan would stoop this low Either earn your chance to be at the elite competitions like the CL or GTFO I completely agree with what Gary Neville said yesterday after the United match You don’t have a perceived ‘right’ to be at an elite competition The spirit and the soul of the game is when Leicester goes to CL as English champs When Atalanta goes to CL with their superb attacking football When Sassuolo makes them relevant and a respected team in the league This is not Milan Dock… Read more »

Last edited 24 days ago by Ink
Fifa
Fifa
24 days ago

These people want to spoil football because of their personal interest which comes from greed.

Fifa
Fifa
24 days ago

Pls I need an active and updated Milan fans Whatsapp group link.

Niels8
Niels8
23 days ago
Reply to  Fifa

You might not need it anymore.

Rosso Joburg
Rosso Joburg
24 days ago

This will be good for Milan but bad for football. No sportsmanship just business. This will have a ripple effect through all sports. If this happens in football it will happen everywhere.

Gbenga AJOSE
Gbenga AJOSE
24 days ago
Reply to  Rosso Joburg

Well said mate. But what is it that UEFA or FIFA are not doing right that warrant the big clubs to make such decision to brake away ?? I guess the matter should be taken to arbitration court in order to find a common ground. I read that UEFA was going to make announcement today as regards improvement in clubs revenue from participating in EUFA organized competitions but the “big clubs’ preempted their actions.. ..

dan
dan
24 days ago
Reply to  Gbenga AJOSE

I dont think it fifa or uefa. On a purely business sense, if you have a relegation “risk” or cannot guarantee money from UCL is a “risk”. They simply want to guarantee the money they get from UCL without actually playing for it. i honestly dont think it about the amount (it is but not as much), it is more about getting that money no matter what.
IMHO it’s pathetic . you earn it or dont get it.

Gbenga AJOSE
Gbenga AJOSE
24 days ago
Reply to  dan

Interesting….all the opposing sides have points and reasons. If only there could be a platform where we can argue this out and opinion will be collected and used as a decision by all the parties .I like to argue cases like this if presented with facts and figures. Am not privy to all the facts and reasons why Super clubs want to break away but one thing I want all to know is that what make this football competitions glamorous today is mostly about money, and that has to be protected.

Last edited 24 days ago by Gbenga AJOSE
TruRossoneri
TruRossoneri
24 days ago
Reply to  Rosso Joburg

I think something similar already exists in US sports such as basketball, baseball and their football. Those leagues are exclusive to certain clubs. That’s where the whole idea stemmed from.

Milanista
Milanista
24 days ago

So i waited 10 years to get back into CL only for the current owners screw us all, and do this. This is everything milan isnt. Disgusted with our club!

TruRossoneri
TruRossoneri
24 days ago
Reply to  Milanista

hahaahaa!!! Just when it looks like we will qualify for the CL, management does this and now we might be banned from football.

Niels8
Niels8
24 days ago

I wonder if Maldini will go after this decision.

TruRossoneri
TruRossoneri
24 days ago

I don’t like this sense of entitlement. Football should be based on merit. The unpredictability of the sports adds to its flavour. And since when did the European elites become permanent? If this League had been formed a decade ago, Spurs and Atletico would not be part. Two decades earlier, Chelsea and Man City would not be part. This goes to show the elite in European Football is not an exclusive club but keeps changing from era to era. We have worked our way slowly back to European football with a lot of hardwork and just when we are about… Read more »

Riccardo Montolivo
Riccardo Montolivo
24 days ago
Reply to  TruRossoneri

Exactly, cynicism at its best. Where is Ajax and its 4 Champions? Besides founding clubs will stay no matter what for the next 20 years?

Ban some sense into the Super League teams

ruud
ruud
24 days ago

Been a Milan fan for almost 30 years now. Is this goes trough its over. Boycott the rich bastards! Ill cheer and support someone else. Its a real shame.

Cunty
Cunty
23 days ago
Reply to  ruud

Yeah well go fuck off and support another club than Forza Milan forever , no matter what .
This will only make our great club stronger
FIFA & uefa have been screwing everyone over for yrs , this was inevitable

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
24 days ago

I will never support the idea of a super league with a fixed membership and it says a lot about the clubs egos and mindsets willingly following this path as they completely disregard the smaller teams who has already been left behind by ffp and still want to leave them in a worse position than now. Add to that these big clubs all enjoy the benefits of buying cheap talents from clubs that now wont have a chance joining said league. This could very well be the end of football as we know it -teams wont be allowed to play… Read more »

SJF
SJF
23 days ago

I totally agree about salaries and transfers.
If they have money problems stop paying players like Messi hundreds of millions, bankrupting the club.
And ban that parasite Raiola

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
23 days ago
Reply to  SJF

Yeah im sure most milan fans would like to see raiola six feet under and me included as he is harmfull to our club and the sport as a whole. When that is said even if this super league actually mounts to something which it seems to be the case as the 12 founding clubs has already comitted themselfs to participate then a salary/transfer cap seems just as necessary as now because when the players sees the clubs getting 300 mil added each year they will just demand a bigger piece of the pie and thereby we could pretty much… Read more »

Last edited 23 days ago by Martin Bernhard
Cunty
Cunty
23 days ago

Agreed , kill the bastard
I’ll pay u a 10mil fee haha

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
22 days ago
Reply to  Cunty

haha well not that i have ever put a contract on anyones head i have known a few killers in my life and id assume you can get such stuff done for maybe 2-4k and in italy where theres more powerty in the south propably can be done far cheaper 😀

SOHEIL
SOHEIL
24 days ago

The Idea is good, The plan is dumb! But I support Teams who are fighting uefa corruption! It’s not about a competition, it’s a power move by powerhouses. Let’s see who wins

Riccardo Montolivo
Riccardo Montolivo
24 days ago

RIP national leagues

Elliotazzuri
Elliotazzuri
24 days ago

You guys are being too ignorant, if Milan should enter the super l we won’t have any problems with ffp or finance any longer 350m for participation, can serie a or cl football gives us that, winner of cl is recieving the same amount as last in premier League that model can’t sustain us it never has, the only reason why people watch cl is because of the big club so why should people like Atalanta Lyon be receiving equal money, when they don’t invest, why club that invest and made the competition great will be receiving the same amount… Read more »

Gbenga AJOSE
Gbenga AJOSE
24 days ago
Reply to  Elliotazzuri

I thought same way too. Any which way , am going with Milan !!!

Cunty
Cunty
23 days ago
Reply to  Elliotazzuri

Agree

Patinho
Patinho
24 days ago

Football fans have been put in the position of either supporting a Super League or supporting UEFA & FIFA. This is a horrible, horrible position to be in.

Riccardo Montolivo
Riccardo Montolivo
24 days ago

OK, since there are still some misinformed people in the blog I’ll post the statement by UEFA. UEFA, the English Football Association and the Premier League, the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) and LaLiga, and the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) and Lega Serie A have learned that a few English, Spanish and Italian clubs may be planning to announce their creation of a closed, so-called Super League.If this were to happen, we wish to reiterate that we – UEFA, the English FA, RFEF, FIGC, the Premier League, LaLiga, Lega Serie A, but also FIFA and all our member associations –… Read more »

Rosso Joburg
Rosso Joburg
23 days ago

UEFA/FIFA need to be careful. Banning these teams is the only certain way this tournament will go ahead. Put this teams and their owners in a corner and they will always choose survival.

Riccardo Montolivo
Riccardo Montolivo
23 days ago
Reply to  Rosso Joburg

The three bastards are sure that Lega Serie A won’t be able to kick them out of the league. This is a disgrace I’m so pissed right now.

Ted
Ted
24 days ago

Has Maldini resigned already?

Phildaddon1899
Phildaddon1899
24 days ago
Reply to  Ted

Why would he?

Niels8
Niels8
23 days ago
Reply to  Phildaddon1899

If you knew what kind of person he is.
He would fight Milan and the fans if something’s against his values.
That’s also the reason why he refused the offer from Milan management several times in the past.

SJF
SJF
23 days ago
Reply to  Ted

This situation could leave us without legends like maldini and Baresi!
Also likely to see us banned from europe, again.
Greedy bastards!

anom
anom
23 days ago

Greedy bastards trying to ruin the beautiful game. FU, club owners! FU Gazidis!

SJF
SJF
23 days ago

As a Milan fan I am shocked and disturbed by this. Its greedy owners ruining football!

Milan are barely good enough for champs league right now. They’d be bottom of the super league

spikemmy
spikemmy
23 days ago

Y’all are only concerned about watching your favorite team play and not how the club is run, how positive their financial position is. Big guns are suffering financially and UEFA/FIFA is not helping matters… They earn very little compared to what they spend ESL is an idea that is borne to maximize profits and make the top guns earn so much to keep them in the top position. Look at the UCL, the last time a ‘small’ team won it was PORTO. Go and listen to Perez’s interview on ESL and you will understand that this has come to stay… Read more »

Gems
Gems
23 days ago
Reply to  spikemmy

I agree , this could be a good thing to make our great club stronger . This was inevitable
FIFA & uefa have been screwing clubs over for years . And there is no serie a without Milan& juve
And tv rights won’t be worth shit

Roberto Giano
23 days ago

I don’t mind with this league. Just enjoy watching the play. Watch players grow and build reputation.

Ice yogurt
Ice yogurt
23 days ago

And they said some English club already pull out

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
23 days ago

Fifa president said that the teams cant be half in as the teams are either in or out of the current european football structure which practically indicates that teams competing in the super league will be thrown out of their respective leagues and all european competitions. A small add on to the above mentioned is that i read a statement from the chairman/president of the danish football association DBU and member of fifas executive kumite that he expects the 3 remaining super league teams of the cl semi finals (real madrid, man city and chelsea) to be thrown out of… Read more »

Last edited 23 days ago by Martin Bernhard
Rossi
Rossi
23 days ago

Not good for football but good for the big teams. FIFA messed it up when they allowed PSG and City to destroy the transfer market with their rediculous brainless money splashing. So now teams cant afford sallaries and transfers of good players cause the market is inflated to the max. The teams simply need extra cash to survive, and that’s why they seek for other means of getting extra cash. Maybe UEFA should increase the reward for teams playing in the CL and the EL. They started this mess any way so they should find a way to fix it,… Read more »

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
23 days ago
Reply to  Rossi

I pretty much agree but whos to say that if all of these teams gets expelled from their respective leagues that fifa wont be coming with a decree that stipulates that teams under fifa regi cant sell players to the super league teams or they themselve will get hefty fines or even getting banned. This would leave the super league teams with a small bubble of players to choose from while prices then might further go upwards or even exploding while players also demanding more as they can see the clubs harvest a lot of cash in one swoop. Im… Read more »

Last edited 23 days ago by Martin Bernhard
Cunty
Cunty
23 days ago

U really are a fukin waaanker

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
22 days ago
Reply to  Cunty

First of all what the hell have i ever done to you so fuck off and dont reply again.

Ally Gordon
Ally Gordon
23 days ago

No, just NO to this proposal. Me and my son will burn our team shirts and turn our backs on the club that i have supported for almost 40 years. Disgraceful

Cunty
Cunty
23 days ago
Reply to  Ally Gordon

Burn your teams jersey , you sound like the pommy wankers saying that , if u burn your Milan jersey
You can fuck off , you were never a true Milan fan
Nothing could ever make me think of doing that

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
23 days ago

statement by uefa copy pasted from football italia: UEFA has released a new statement to condemn the Super League: ‘We are football, they are not.’ The 45th Ordinary UEFA Congress was held today in Montreux today and the European football governing body released a new statement against the Super League that had been announced on Sunday. “The 55 member associations and participants in the UEFA Congress condemn the declaration of a so- called “Super League.” The UEFA Congress is adamant that the closed “Super League” goes against the very concept of what it is to be European: unified, open, supportive,… Read more »

Riccardo Montolivo
Riccardo Montolivo
23 days ago

Perez argued that 90-minute matches are “too long” and they “have to change something if we want football to stay alive.”

I knew this was coming too. The Super League is created for kids who don’t like football. It’s not like everyone has the concentration of a fish. What now, 60-minute matches? 5 subs?

This is not FIFA or PES this is a sport FFS

Riccardo Montolivo
Riccardo Montolivo
23 days ago

“At the moment we are 12, we could be 15 and five others who alternate,” Perez said on El Chiringuito. “Meritocracy exists! We cannot put 50 of them in, then there would be Roma, Napoli and many others. If they’re not in one year, they could be in for the next. “The 15 who will play every week will be an incredible spectacle and there is no sport that offers such a thing. “The Champions League is only attractive from the quarter-finals onwards, the group stage does not matter.” What a cynical asshole. Arbitrarily 15 teams will stay for two… Read more »

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
23 days ago

I just read some encouraging news on milan eye twitter atleast for the people against this socalled super league

Atletico Madrid, Manchester City, Chelsea has withdrawn from the super league

Joan Laporta of barcalona wont move on with the plans to join the league untill the clubs socios will fully agree to the move.

This seems like a death blow to the super league or atleast its the begining to make it more or less unlikely to happen. 

EDIT:
BREAKING: All 12 clubs are meeting tonight to discuss disbanding the Super League according to @talkSPORT

Last edited 23 days ago by Martin Bernhard
SJF
SJF
23 days ago

Since the start of the champions league era, non super league teams to win it….5

Marseille
Porto
Ajax
Bayern
Dortmund

Super league teams who did not win it….4

Athletico
Man City
Tottenham
Arsenal

Consider that

Milan oldtimer
Milan oldtimer
23 days ago

What a cluster….. they have created. If fifa bans players from participating in wc, the ones that compete in super league, then maybe some players wouldn’t join these clubs. Although a lot of player follow the money, but there will be backlash back home. Messy situation to say the least. We’ll see how this plays out.

Riccardo Montolivo
Riccardo Montolivo
23 days ago

Judge Manuel Ruiz de Lara ordered FIFA and UEFA to “refrain from taking any measure or action, or from issuing any statement, which prevents or hinders, directly or indirectly, the preparation of the European Super League.”

48 hours and he already has a verdict? Corrupt countries are unfixable. Spain and Italy a disgrace to the sport. Chelsea are stepping down, with more teams seemingly dropping out too.

I guess that the government’s desperately want that tax money

Gbenga AJOSE
Gbenga AJOSE
23 days ago

We are all here blaming teams. Fifa and Eufa should go and do the needful.. They should find a way of rewarding heavy investors in football and stop robing Peter to pay Paul all in the name of equal opportunity

Nathan Graegin
Nathan Graegin
23 days ago
Reply to  Gbenga AJOSE

Lol what do you mean reward heavy investors? Are those investors playing? If you invest a billion that means you should be guaranteed in the champions league without earning it on the field? Your in the wrong sport if that’s what you think

Gbenga AJOSE
Gbenga AJOSE
23 days ago
Reply to  Nathan Graegin

This is a serious signal to football governing bodies that they need to fix things ASAP…..Next time this comes up again, it will be irreversible. Mark it today

Nathan Graegin
Nathan Graegin
22 days ago
Reply to  Gbenga AJOSE

Your not lying. Part of the problem are player wages and transfer fees. Wouldn’t need all that extra money if clubs wouldn’t think it was ok to pay for players that haven’t done anything, that cost more than guys like zidane, Kaka and even ronaldo.

Elliotazzuri
Elliotazzuri
23 days ago
Reply to  Nathan Graegin

If heavy investor don’t buy player who will watch cl, can you watch club brugge Vs CSKA Moscow all this small club are benefiting from big club investment they are receiving equal amount with big club for making cl

Nathan Graegin
Nathan Graegin
22 days ago
Reply to  Elliotazzuri

And why do they need to invest that much on layers that haven’t proved they cost that much. Literally everyone since kaka has cost too much money. He was the last person to win balon de or and also be a World Cup, champions league, club World Cup winner etc etc. literally no one else has done this and yet mbappe, neymar, haaland, dembele, bale, Sancho and many more are worth even more than c.Ronaldo and Messi? Despite now winning a World Cup, these guys were putting in 50+ a year in their prime. Clubs need to be regulated on… Read more »

Nathan Graegin
Nathan Graegin
23 days ago

Not sure why they thought this would go through. Did they really think fans would allow this to happen? They really think players will choose money over playing for their country lmfao!!! No player alive will risk missing the word cup/euros etc just to play in a super league lol Transfer will never happen. All the leagues in the world are with fifa. If they kick you out and ban you from buying players in fifa, your stuck with just the players on the team and from your academy. You def can’t play in both the league and esl since… Read more »

Milan10
Milan10
23 days ago

BREAKING NEWS
andriy “the giant” silva just helped the german rossoneri frankfurt get closer to ucl with another great goal, adding his tally to 23 league goals in the process. soon he’ll match andriy sheva’s best ever league record of 24 goals. what a bomber.
and the uninitiated bitched about him while he was at milan and now they want serie b topscorer who looks like tattooed convict to replace ibra smh

Phildaddon1899
Phildaddon1899
23 days ago
Reply to  Milan10

Please don’t compare Silva to Shevchenko. Silva is scoring goals in a much more open league of football. Also, shevchenko did that back when they were still playing football and not the ghost of football they play now when people fall down when blown on.

Nathan Graegin
Nathan Graegin
22 days ago
Reply to  Milan10

Lmao your comparing the German league to serie a? Your comparing the weak defense of today’s world with what shevy played against? Lmao you must have forgotten how long it took kessie to get past old man nesta when we were still in the champions league. Again, don’t talk to ppl about players we wanted when you never shut up about players we also don’t have anymore. Get over it, he’s not a Milan player anymore.

Milan10
Milan10
23 days ago

i think ex-german champions and bayern’s ceo rummenigge said it best: to solve their financial problems in the long run, all clubs need to work together in solidarity to ensure that the cost structure of football, especially regarding players’ salaries and agents’ fees, are in line with revenue. to cash in to compensate for the extravagant expenses wont work in the long run. super league is very cynical, driven purely by greed. im glad that super league is losing its steam and idiots like agnelli and woodward are about to step down. unlike rummenigge, these assholes are self centered and… Read more »

Milan10
Milan10
23 days ago
Reply to  Milan10

AC Milan chief executive Ivan Nazidis: “We’re confident that this new competition will capture the imagination of billions of soccer fans all over the world. The Super League will provide value and support to the whole soccer pyramid with greater financial resources.”

*sigh*

Crown
Crown
23 days ago

Milan ultras claim Super League criticism ‘hypocritical’ Milan ultras claim Super League criticism ‘hypocritical’ by Football Italia Milan ultras group Curva Sud released a statement that did not specifically condemn the Super League plan, but rather claimed the outrage is ‘hypocritical.’ While fans at Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool and others are all protesting angrily in the hours since the project was announced, Italian supporters have been relatively quiet. Juventus fans hung up one banner outside the stadium complaining their history was being ‘bartered and commercialised,’ pointedly including an image of the old logo. Milan supporters group Curva Sud released a… Read more »

Patinho
Patinho
22 days ago
Reply to  Crown

Wholeheartedly agree with the Curva Sud! The only ultras to speak the truth beside all hypocrisy that has taken place over the last 48 hours.

Crown
Crown
23 days ago

I guess they’ve said it all

Oluwa shevy
22 days ago

Please can someone tell me if Milan is out of this so called super league so it don’t affect our chances of qualifying to ucl because to me it’s nonsense as all the club disband from this act

Gbenga AJOSE
Gbenga AJOSE
22 days ago
Reply to  Oluwa shevy

Milan has pulled out

Ted
Ted
22 days ago

Apparently Milan are also abandoning Super League idea and will solely focus on domestic league and to reach CL. Official statement coming soon

Source – milannews.it

Last edited 22 days ago by Ted
SOHEIL
SOHEIL
22 days ago

I said it’s a power move and I think the european elites lost. But it’s just a start of a revolution, sooner or later the big teams will try to get back their power again! As I said I’m not ok with the Idea of a superleague with such a system. It’s dumb to exclude teams just because you don’t care about them. But this UCL system is also wrong. UCL would be much more fun with big teams in it. Uefa says you can’t spend a lot but at the same time it doesn’t pay big teams enough. It’s… Read more »

Phildaddon1899
Phildaddon1899
22 days ago
Reply to  SOHEIL

They didn’t lose. They got exactly what they wanted. A revamped champions league

SOHEIL
SOHEIL
22 days ago
Reply to  Phildaddon1899

They want to take control of the finance and remove the “fair” rules uefa is inserting to the game.

Philldadon1899
Philldadon1899
22 days ago
Reply to  SOHEIL

Fair rules? You cant be a Milan fan sir. PSG and City have gotten away with destroying football for the better part of the last decade and UEFA specifically Cefarin has given them slaps on the wrist meanwhile knocking us out of Europe because we had bad ownership for 1 season. UEFA calling anyone unfair is the biggest farce I have ever seen.

SOHEIL
SOHEIL
22 days ago
Reply to  Philldadon1899

That’s what uefa calls them that’s what I put them in quote!

Philldadon1899
Philldadon1899
22 days ago
Reply to  SOHEIL

Sorry mate. Misread it.