World no, the super league is not yet dead
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Tim Horan called it the best Super Rugby game in Australia in five years. And Sean Maloney labelled it "an instant classic."And Stan Sport colleague Sean Maloney labelled it "an instant classic.
This is a rebound that authorizes Again the Real, Barça and Juve to dream of the advent of the famous Super League - This semi-closed league project called to compete with the Champions League dear to UEFA. Among the first 12 signatories of this controversial and revolutionary formula promising at its committed unprecedented revenues (350 million euros per year, at the low word), nine have already returned to better intentions with the European football confederation. The three fierce now aroused the CAP with all the more conviction that justice could be favorable to them. At the origin of the revolt on the legal ground, the Spanish Judge Manuel Ruiz de Lara, who officiates in the context of the commercial court of Madrid, seized Tuesday the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU). In a 32-page order, the latter claims a European arbitration as to the prohibition by UEFA and FIFA of the Super League project. This in a situation of absolute monopoly and to contempt according to the law of competition and the free movement of players - UEFA, and some national leagues, threatening the relevant clubs of banishing competitions when FIFA promises to dissenting players an exclusion their selection. The CJEU's historic history originally in 1995 from the Bosman judgment that allowed the limit of the number of foreign footballers in a team, the European Court of Justice has already upset the football landscape in the past. She could recidivate with clash by legitimizing the creation of the super league. Still, the latter is not politically popular (France, Germany, Italy and Great Britain have already marked their opposition to this competition of a new kind). And that the very principle of the Super League - reserve a single business opportunity for a small circle of contenders - seems contrary to the right of competition.
Manchester United warn fans they will crack down on any bad behaviour .
The club say that any fans guilty of anti-social behaviour or vandalism - including setting off flares inside the ground - will face stadium bans and criminal prosecution. © Provided by Daily Mail ( © Provided by Daily Mail ( United’s chief operating Collette Roche said: ‘Matchday at Old Trafford will be slightly different for those fans who have been successful in the ballot for the Fulham game.