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Regarding the damage done to the smaller clubs when these top clubs leave their major leagues, the Super League has planned a Solidarity Fund of about €10m, which would be about €6m more than what UEFA is currently contributing.

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Fuck yeah my home town team, first live Chelsea game for me since Chelsea Spurs in 2016! 

I live in England! Everyone here supporting Olympiakos too!

There is much need. Much need indeed. Liverpool fans have to be the most annoying, entitled bunch of twats to exist. A little dose of this reality would serve them well if they weren't so delusional.

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It looks like Jose was going to be sacked before he knew anything about the Super League.

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Levy decided on Friday night — after a 2-2 draw with Everton — to part company with Mourinho, appointing two of his coaching staff, Ryan Mason and Chris Powell, to take charge of the club for the remainder of the season.

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/19/sports/soccer/tottenham-hotspur-jose-mourinho-sacked.html

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1 minute ago, Blues Forever said:

 

Regarding the damage done to the smaller clubs when these top clubs leave their major leagues, the Super League has planned a Solidarity Fund of about €10m, which would be about €6m more than what UEFA is currently contributing.

Of course they are because they think that they can just solve this problem with money. They are so naive it is unbelievable. 

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Zbigniew Boniek (Head of Polish FA): 

"UEFA's position is clear and was expressed yesterday in a statement. UEFA, all associations and leagues directly interested in this fact joined the ranks. However, for specific decisions, because you probably want to ask about that, you still have to wait. Today there was a discussion during the Executive Committee. The congress is tomorrow. Let's face it, World War III is on the way, this time in football. It is not known how badly injured anyone will get out of it. The atomic bomb has already exploded. The trust of the football authorities has been severely damaged and it will be difficult to rebuild a good atmosphere."

"Without the possibility of playing in the league, cups, they will be deprived of the possibility of making transfers with clubs under the UEFA and FIFA jurisdiction, and players will not be able to play in international competitions. I would like to emphasize once again that no decisions have been made, because everything must also be examined from a legal perspective."

https://www.meczyki.pl/newsy/zbigniew-boniek-superliga-to-jak-wybuch-bomby-atomowej-nasz-wywiad/164301-n

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14 hours ago, Mana said:

Like...how the feck is Spuds doing here with us elites?? 1961? 😂

American owner.....the only thing that got them in. Thus this is a mafia.

37 minutes ago, Jason said:

As much as the players are 'employees' of the clubs, it's incredibly unfair and pathetic that they get banned from playing international competitions etc for something that they were not part of in the process of forming that Super League. Why are they getting punished when the club owners were the ones that made the decision to be part of this? Club owners made the decision based on greed but the managers are the ones having to face the awkward questions in the media and the players are the ones having to face the consequences in regards to their playing career. It's a fucking joke!

Always been so, some make the decisions and some pay the price.......horseshit is what it is.

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Despite requests from several European clubs, Nasser Al Khelaifi has refused to take over the presidency of the ECA (association of big clubs). He explained that he wanted to help rebuild football by remaining a member of the ECA board and especially president of PSG.

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Chairman of Danish FA and member of UEFA executive committee Jesper Møller expects that the 12 clubs will be expelled on friday.

Jesper Møller says that an extraordinary executive committee meeting is being held friday and Jesper Møller expects that the 12 clubs will be expelled.

"... Then you must see how you finish the Champions League"

Furthermore UEFA will give the players' the choice of staying at the current club or terminate their contracts.

"I believe that the contracts automatically terminates when the clubs leaves. Then the players are free to chose to play in a club that's part of solidarity and community - our pyramidesystem"

https://www.dr.dk/sporten/fodbold/dbu-formand-forventer-uefa-kyler-fodboldgiganter-ud-af-champions-league-paa-fredag

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1 hour ago, Blues Forever said:

Super League clubs net €200m-€300m welcome bonus provided by JPMorgan underwriting a €3.25b infrastructure grant that will be shared among the clubs. A source though said the payment is an advance on future revenues & would have to be repaid if any club chose to leave the ESL.

That 200-300 isn't even that much in modern football. We wasted that amount on Kepa, Morata, Bakayoko and Drinkwater

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6 minutes ago, !Hazard! said:

That 200-300 isn't even that much in modern football. We wasted that amount on Kepa, Morata, Bakayoko and Drinkwater

That would be massive for Arsenal and Spuds.

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10 minutes ago, !Hazard! said:

That 200-300 isn't even that much in modern football. We wasted that amount on Kepa, Morata, Bakayoko and Drinkwater

yup that is peanuts for us. I thought it would be 3.5bn per club lol

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Seriously wonder how the players feel about it. Take for example our new Germans, Timo and Kai. Both German national team regulars but suddenly they will be banned from playing for the country. And there are much, much more. I am really wondering how they actually feel about it.

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Some fun part now - imagine Tottenham beating City in the league cup final and winning the cup. Then a day later they will be stripped off the title 😄

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