European Super League Is Still In Shape Despite Court Ruling

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The CEO of the organization that organized the breakaway league asserts that the European Super League is still “very much alive” despite the most recent court setback.

A22 Sports Management CEO Bernd Reichart was in attendance at a business forum in Spain together with presidents Florentino Perez and Joan Laporta of Real Madrid and Barcelona.

The two clubs saw an argument that UEFA’s governance is an unconstitutional monopoly on continental football rejected by the European Court of Justice on Thursday. The two clubs, along with Juventus, are the holdouts of the 2021 European Super League attempt.

However, Reichart has disputed the notion that the competition’s chances of success are over, pointing out that the judgement is not legally binding and that a final determination is anticipated for next year.

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“The Super League isn’t dead, not at all, it’s very much alive,” he said. “We’ll keep working until the judgement.

“We are still convinced that UEFA can’t be everything at once. They organise the competition, they regulate the competition, and at the same time they control access to the market.

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