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European Super League wrote letter to FIFA and UEFA

European Super League wrote letter to FIFA and UEFA


European Super League wrote letter to FIFA and UEFA

European Super League wrote a letter to FIFA and UEFA, as they criticized and disapproved the creation of a breakaway competition. ESL requested cooperation and confirming legal action to nullify risks according to reports.

Uefa threatens the 12 clubs to be expelled from their national championships if they do not give up the competition that destroys the Champions League. However, these clubs emphasize competing domestic leagues. It will also send an ultimatum to the founders of the Super League.

According to PA, the European Super League has sent a message, asserting that 12 founding clubs have agreed to form a new competition.

The European Super League begs UEFA and FIFA for help, but it remains “concerned” and lawfully protected.

“We are concerned that FIFA and UEFA may respond to this invitation letter by seeking to take punitive measures to exclude any participating club or player from their respective competitions,” the letter read, according to The Mirror.

“We hope that is not your response to this letter and that, like us, your organizations will recognize the immediate benefits of the competition established by SLCo.

“We also seek your cooperation and support on how the competition can be brought within the football ecosystem and work with us to achieve that objective.

“Your formal statement does, however, compel us to take protective steps to secure ourselves against such an adverse reaction, which would not only jeopardize the funding commitment under the grant but, significantly, would be unlawful.

“For this reason, SLCo has filed a motion before the relevant courts in order to ensure the seamless establishment and operation of the competition in accordance with applicable laws.”

Juventus, Inter, and Milan are the three Italian clubs entering the Super League, but the Bianconeri were unable to guarantee the project’s viability, and the move was condemned by UEFA and FIFA.

It’s worth noting that, unlike other Serie A clubs, Juventus stated: “The Company cannot guarantee that the project will be successfully launched at any point in the future or estimate the exact timing of the project.”

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