European Super League 'cannot now proceed' – BBC News

One of the architects of the breakaway European Super League (ESL), the chairman of Juventus Andrea Agnelli, has admitted the project has in-effect collapsed.

AC Milan, Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid have now left, following the six Premier League clubs which all withdrew within hours of each other on Tuesday.

The ESL was announced on Sunday to widespread condemnation, involving 12 clubs from England, Spain and Italy.

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3 thoughts on “European Super League 'cannot now proceed' – BBC News

  1. Al Capwn says:

    Funny how a “Non-Executive Director” is criticising others for seeking easy money. They’re the people that get £100k+ for working about 20 days a year

  2. GameBox says:

    I dont see the problem yess they are rich they always will be and thats because they are the best teams in the world, its a league where the best are put against the best, which i would rather see that than seeing barcelon and real madrid shit on teams that are no where near their level

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