The decision that eliminated the Super League

Thu 22 April 2021 | 9:12

The European Super League looks dead. As Diario AS reported, It wouldn't be possible to stop it on Sunday evening but eventually, it collapsed on Tuesday evening.


If the



president, Andrea Agnelli, and the

Real Madrid

president, Florentino Perez were to manage this project, the six English teams would undoubtedly be the architects of its destruction.

The news of this decision was received worse in England than anywhere else. 

In Italy, some fans from the three teams involved defended the initiative, seen as a chance to get back to the top of the competition.

England took the news terribly as protests in the street happened just outside Stamford Bridge before Chelsea played against Brighton on Tuesday evening.

The British government, afraid that the Premier League was about to be depreciated, got involved. 

They, led by Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, made a decision and indicated that while they couldn’t stop the competition, they could approve of high tax measures and make it challenging for the rebel teams to sign foreign players.



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