The European Super League is now looking likely to take place after new system in place, Breaking Sport News reports.
The idea of an European Super League have been up for discussion a lot which cooled down after it’s first show up, but now it’s looking like a possibility.
FIFA were clear on their previous decision to place a hefty ban on the planned Super League which also resulted in fans staging out protest to stop such from going down.
There is a new revamped format which is now being pushed to make sure the tournament takes place by any means possible after previous try which didn’t work out.
The competition is being pushed by A22 chief executive Bernd Reichart who have come out to give full explanation of how things will be held.
The European Super League won’t be having any permanent members of any sorts and it will be contested by 50 – 60 teams from all top leagues.
A22 Sports Management is pushing so hard in promoting the revamp ESL which is a clear mission that they want it to hold.
Here Is What Was Said:
“The foundations of European football are in danger of collapsing.
“It’s time for a change. It is the clubs that bear the entrepreneurial risk in football.
“But when important decisions are at stake, they are too often forced to sit idly by on the sidelines as the sporting and financial foundations crumble around them.
In 2021, the plan to host the Super League was established by 12 founding members who were expected to add other team’s to make it a 20 side tournament.
The whole plan was tossed aside as threats of ban was placed on teams looking to make sure move into creating a new competition.
The management pushing for the ESL is stating that there will be a minimum of 80 teams with 14 match guaranteed person season.