There’s been some distrust in different leagues, which may cause bans in huge events. UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin said he may ban the 12 clubs creating their own Super League from the European Championship and the World Cup because of their greedy activity. Here are the highlights:
- Ceferin was a big angry calling these club snakes because they were just creating these teams solely for wealth.
- It’s still unclear if the UEFA’s lawyers will take heed to the situation with the Champions League and Europa League semifinals starting next week. Not to mention, Euro 2020 kicks off in June.
- Ceferin warns the Super League won’t be able to represent their national teams at any matches.
- He says the UEFA and the rest of the footballing world stand against their super union because they’re fueled by greed.
- The 12 that are within the Super League told the leaders of FIFA and UEFA that they’ve started to take legal action in case someone is trying to block them from the competition.
- Additionally, the Super League has been underwritten by funding of 4 billion euros backed by US bank JPMorgan Chase.
- The Super League intends to launch a 20-team competition regardless of the opposition towards their union.