World Superleague European, the 12 dirtymen will be banished!
Turkey says it was following EU protocol when it left the bloc's female leader standing at a meeting
Video showed President Erdoğan and European Council President Michel settling in chairs while Ursula von der Leyen was left standing.Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan hosted European Council President Charles Michel and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen in Ankara on Tuesday.
In an official release released this Sunday, UEFA curtled cropped European clubs that united for the creation of a European superleague hypothetical.The great family of European football washes its dirty linen in public. This Sunday, several sources emanating from the whole of Europe indicated the creation of an alliance of 12 European superpowers, decided to go to war with UEFA to oppose the reform of the Champions League and create a European superleague between they. FC Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atlético Madrid, Inter Milan, Juventus Turin, Milan AC, Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham are the clubs concerned. There is no trace of German or French clubs. One way to exclude Paris Saint-Germain, a new rich disturbing, and the current title on the European scene, Bayern Munich. UEFA Riposte: The 12 clubs and their players are very big, there was no more need to provoke a crisis meeting in the high bodies of European football. UEFA rossed with a very explicit statement. In particular, there is explained that the clubs in question are likely to exclude their domestic championships. "UEFA, the English Football Federation and the Premier League, the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) and Laliga, as well as the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) and the Lega Serie A have learned that some English, Spanish clubs and Italians plan to announce their creation of a so-called Super League closed. If it had to happen, we want to remember that we - UEFA, the English FA, the RFEF, FIG., the Premier League, Laliga, Lega Serie A, but also FIFA and all our member associations - will remain united in our efforts to stop this cynical project, a project based on the personal interest of some clubs at a time when society more than ever need solidarity ". "We will examine all the measures we have, at all levels, both judicial and sports, in order to prevent this from happening. Football is based on open competitions and sporting merit - it can not be otherwise. As previously announced by FIFA and the six federations, the clubs concerned will be prohibited from participating in any other competition at the national, European or global level, and their players could be refused the opportunity to represent their national teams. We thank the clubs. other countries, especially French and German clubs, who refused to register. We call all football fans, fans and politicians, to join us to fight such a project if he came To be announced. This persistent personal interest of a few lasts for too long. Too much, it's too much ".
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The EU's female leader said she was left standing at a meeting while her male counterparts sat 'because I am a woman' .
Ursula Von der Leyen was filmed standing at an April 6 meeting while Turkey's president and the European Council's president sat.Ursula von der Leyen, the president of the European Commission, and Charles Michel, the president of the European Council, met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in Ankara, Turkey, on April 6.