World First UEFA penalty for super-league "traitors"?
Executives from 'Big Six' RESIGN from Premier League roles
Premier League chief executive Richard Masters approached executives from Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United last week and requested they stepped down. © Provided by Daily Mail Premier League chief executive Richard Masters asked executives from the 'Big Six' to resign from their committee posts in the wake of the European Super League breakaway The sixth club involved, Tottenham, are not presently represented on any of the Premier League's committees.
The UEFA has not forgotten the vortex around the Super League yet. Now it should give a first criminal measure for the renewable clubs.
The idea of the Super League is history first, but the follow-up continues.
, as the French journal L'Equipe reports, there are now concrete plans, as the twelve clubs that had joined the new super-liga should be punished.
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Super League: Four founding members obviously threatens MaximalTrafe
The Super League plans have smashed for the time being. For the four founding members, there could still be an aftermath. The failed creation of a Super League could obeyively serious consequences for four founding members. As ESPN wants to learn from its own sources, the club competitions of the UEFA could take place two seasons without the clubs that do not want to deflect.
Accordingly,for the "big clubs" for the newly reformed Champions League (from 2024).
This looked that two clubs can participate in the premier class per season, although neither national championship has qualified as a winner of the Champion or Europa League in the previous season.
Instead, it would be enough if they have been successful in the recent past over a longer period of time in the European Cup..
This privilege should now be painted to punish the renegade like Real Madrid, Juventus Turin or the English top clubs such as Arsenal or Tottenham, which had to struggle sporty last.Real Madrid threaten more sanctions
However, with this decision, clubs such as FC Bayern, BVB or PSG would also be "punished", as in the event of a failure, no fixed place in the Champions League. ()
This is not the only measure for the wildcard. According to information of the L'Equipe , in particular, the clubs who have not yet announced their withdrawal from the Super League (Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Juventus) must expect further sanctions by UEFA.
Sky pundits come to blows over decision to overturn Liverpool penalty .
Anthony Taylor awarded Jurgen Klopp's visitors the spot kick in the first half at Old Trafford after Eric Bailly appeared to make contact with defender Nat Phillips in his own penalty area. However, the referee was advised to consult the pitchside monitor, with the Ivorian appearing to make contact with the ball before clattering into the Liverpool player. Taylor subsequently overturned the decision before Liverpool struck twice before the break to take a crucial lead into the interval at Old Trafford.