Sport Superleague: FIFA comes out of the silence
Pep Guardiola accuses UEFA and FIFA to "kill players"
© provided by Sofoot An endless story. The Victory of Manchester City against Leicester (0-2) has obviously not satisfied PEP Guardiola, which has taken place at international press conference. The rates requested to players pose serious problems with actors, but also to their coaches. "These are human beings, not machines. We do not even have a single day of rest in the middle of the week. No player can do that and be mentally prepared to each match ", hammered the Spanish technician.
The global football force has also responded to the creation of the SuperLeague project and disapproves of this project "out of football structures".The European Superleague project is far from unanimous. While 12 major clubs announced Sunday the creation of a Super League, in order to compete with the Champions League and its UEFA Reform Project, the World Football Forum has also reacted. While participating European clubs are announcing the SuperLeague "as soon as possible", FIFA explains that it "can only disapprove a closed and dissenting European league out of football structures", in a statement published on Monday. Superleague: FIFA supports UEFA "FIFA wants to clarify that it is strongly positioned for solidarity in football and a fair redistribution model (...) FIFA is still positioned in favor of the Unity in global football and calls for all parties involved in healing discussions to engage in a calm, constructive and balanced dialogue for the good of this game, "adds the instance.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic probed for alleged ties to sportsbook .
UEFA has launched an investigation into Zlatan Ibrahimovic for his “alleged financial interest in a betting company.” European soccer's governing body made the announcement on Monday in response to a report from Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet that Ibrahimovic owns a stake in Malta-based betting company Bethard in violation of FIFA regulations. The alleged ownership stake would also violate UEFA regulations stating that players can't "promote,European soccer's governing body made the announcement on Monday in response to a report from Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet that Ibrahimovic owns a stake in Malta-based betting company Bethard in violation of FIFA regulations.