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Spanish Court Restricts UEFA And FIFA From Imposing Sanction On Players

Spanish Court Restricts UEFA And FIFA From Imposing Sanction On Players

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Following the imposition of the European Super League in the world of football, a lot of reactions have taken place as many have not approved the project. However, the head of the European Super League Florentino Perez has explained that the project is to ‘save’ football as many the clubs suffering from debts. The European Super League currently has 12 members and could start by August.

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However, following alleged threats from UEFA and FIFA to ban players in the Super League from participating in international competitions, including the World Cup and the Euros. A Spanish Court based in Madrid has now given a preliminary ruling that bans FIFA and UEFA from sanctioning clubs that participate in the European Super League.

The idea of the Spanish Super League has been opposed by many as some fans across Europe have raised banners condemning the idea of the European Super League on the basis that it only benefits the ‘big clubs’. Many have also termed the project as anti-football.

 

 

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