Twelve European football clubs announced that they had reached an agreement to set up a new football league in the middle of the week, the Super League, “run by Founding Clubs”, which is Milan. , Arsenal, Atlético de Madrid, Chelsea, Barca, Inter, Juventus, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Real Madrid and Tottenham Hotspur. Three more clubs are scheduled to join as the Founding Clubs ahead of the opening season, which are expected to begin “as soon as possible”. Uefa, ECA and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson themselves have voiced their opposition to the initiative, who has defined it as ‘very harmful to football.’ Juventus announced that they have left the ECA, “European Clubs Association, and Andrea Agnelli has also resigned as Uefa chief executive officer, however, it is clear that” the founding clubs will continue to participate. their respective national leagues and, until the true start of the Super League, in the “European leagues”. of a “European separatist federation closed outside the international football structure. “disrespecting” the basic principles of solidarity, inclusion, integrity and fair financial redistribution “.
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