An extraordinary meeting of 20 companies from the English top division is scheduled for today to decide what to do on the Super League. Article by daniel meloni
The football chaos associated with the creation of the new European Super League continues in England, which has 6 major players in the major leagues. Yesterday was the day of the most protests for the project. Liverpool fans have hung a club’s shelter outside the gates of the famous Anphy Stadium. While Tottenham were surprised by the news of Jose Mourinho being missed, Arsenal’s men were living the same life in Europe as before that day, finishing third in the premiere. Manchester United supporters posted on social media the displeasure of Gary Neville, the BBC commentator and the historic captain of the Red Devils, who also invited the Football Association to pull out 6 rebel teams against the project.
It is not that the channel’s football officials are not already thinking about it. In fact, an extraordinary meeting of 20 companies from the English top division has been set for today as to what to do.
To support the fans’ initiative was the Duke of Cambridge, William, Honorary President of the Football Association (FA) and an admirer of Aston Villa – who said he “shares the concerns of the fans”. Politics also made itself felt. Johnson, the first to express his opposition, is planning a meeting with the FA and Premier League leaders. Today he provoked the ancients in the Super League, calling it “ridiculous”. In an article for The Sun Tabloid – the most read among football fans – Johnson wrote: “This is a game of you fans and you can be sure that I will do everything to show the Super League a red card!”
More professionally, yesterday, its Sports Minister, Oliver Dowden, issued a statement in the House of Commons, stating that the new league “goes against the spirit of the game” and that 6 clubs put the money before the fans loved it. “. In addition, an investigation into football in England has been announced under the chairmanship of Conservative MP Tracy Crouch. “For many fans, football is no longer what it was in previous decades, yet their passion remains intact. We are the People’s Government and we are without balance in favor of the fans.
YouGov poll showed the opposition of Super League respondents to peaks of up to 79%. The Tory government takes notes and adjusts.
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