UEFA threatens to ban clubs that join breakaway Super League

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Published on April 19, 2021 by

A group of 12 elite English, Spanish and Italian clubs have dramatically split European football by announcing the formation of a largely closed Super League (SL).
Twelve of Europe’s biggest football clubs say they will launch a breakaway Super League.
Six English teams, including Liverpool, Chelsea, and both Manchester sides, have agreed to join.
Fellow European giants Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus will also play in the league.
The clubs’ owners are being accused of a power grab.
Football governing bodies FIFA and UEFA have threatened legal action.
For the latest updates on this story, we are joined by Tancredi Palmeri, the BeIN sports correspondent in Italy.
He says the proposed European Super League is all about money.
For the latest updates on this story we are joined by Tancredi Palmeri, he is the BeIN Sports Correspondent in Italy.
He says the proposed European Super League is all about money.

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