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European Super League: Premier League clubs Set To Be Without England Super Six

On Tuesday, Premier League will meet without Arsenal, and the other English Big Six, who have joined a breakaway European Super League.

A zoom meeting, sanctioned by Premier League Chief Executive Officer, Richard Masters, will be attended by the 14 teams who did not join the European Super League, which is now anticipated by the best online casino sites.

A statement indicated that 6 Premier League heavyweight teams will be joined in the new Super League.

Other clubs include Serie A giants AC Milan, Juventus and Inter Milan, also La Liga heavyweights Real Madrid and Barcelona.

Three more teams could join for the first start which will start “as soon as practicable”.

The new ESL competition has been proposed as a rival to the Prestigious UEFA Champions League, not to replace the domestic leagues, but there are immense fears it could have wider consequences.

In a joint statement by UEFA, the Premier League, FA, La Liga, and Serie A, they all disapprove of the proposed European Super League.

They did not rule out taking legal actions over the plans, insisting footballers involved would be banned other competitions domestically, continentally and internationally.

This could stop players from representing their national teams.

President of European football’s governing body, Aleksander Ceferin, has slammed the European Super League concept and the 12 teams involved, condemning in strong terms the “disgraceful” proposals for a new competition as a “spit in the face of all football lovers”.

FIFA and the European Club Association have also strongly criticised the creation of the European Super League.

According to a statement released by European Super League: “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.

Since the news was made public, a lot has happened.

Manchester United have withdrawn from the European Club Association, the body that represents all 246 European football clubs.

It is the only such Organization recognised by UEFA and has member football clubs in each member association of UEFA, and online casinos Australia is keeping an eye on this matter.

Manchester United’s executive vice-chairman, Ed Woodward has also stepped down from his role at UEFA. Serie A teams Juventus, Inter Milan and AC Milan have also left ECA.

Chairman of Serie A giants Juventus Andrea Agnelli has also resigned as chairman of ECA, a role he held since 2012, and left his position as a member of the Executive Committee of UEFA to take up the vice-president role of European Super League.

Chief executive of Bayern Munich Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says the Bundesliga side have had no involvement in the ESL plans and feels the competition would not solve the financial problems of clubs’.

He said in a statement on Monday: “FC Bayern welcomes the reforms of the Champions League because we believe they are the right step to take for the development of European football.

The modified group stage will contribute to an increase in excitement and the emotional experience in the competition.

“I do not believe the Super League will solve the financial problems of European clubs that have arisen as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Rather, all clubs in Europe should work in solidarity to ensure that the cost structure, especially players’ salaries and agents’ fees, are brought in line with revenues, to make all of the European football more rational.”

The German FA backed the position held by the national associations from Italy, Spain and England.

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