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Aleksander Ceferin believes that at least ten years will pass before the Super League is revived

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29 May 2021
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Twelve leading European clubs announced their intention to form the Super League last month, only for the project to collapse within 48 hours amid protests from around the football world.

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The Super League will be proposed for at least ten years

UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin believes that at least ten years will pass before the Super League is revived. Twelve leading European clubs announced their intention to form the Super League last month, only for the project to collapse within 48 hours amid protests from around the football world. While there have been speculations that the plan could be revived at some point, Ceferin believes this is unlikely to happen anytime soon. “I was disappointed to hear about the creation of the Super League, as it was a conspiracy that guided by certain clubs,” the UEFA chief told reporters. “At the end of the day, it’s very positive that it happened because it helped clarify what the situation is in European football. Of course, you can never say never, but I don’t think something like that will be proposed for at least ten years.”

Ceferin has threatened any holdouts with banishment from UEFA competition

“The entire football family finds the attitude of the three remaining clubs shocking and unacceptable.” Even though nine of the 12 sides participating in the Super League have formally withdrawn, there are still three clubs technically left: Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus. Earlier this week, UEFA opened disciplinary proceedings against three teams for their failure to exit the Super League. Ceferin has threatened any holdouts with banishment from UEFA competition, including the Champions League and Europa League. A report this week suggested that UEFA is considering holding the Champions League semi-final and final in the same city within a week. Rather than the semi-final taking place over two legs at each team’s home ground, it would, like the final, be a one-off match at a neutral venue.

Ceferin has offered his support for this idea, although he warned that it was far from complete. “I am in favour of a final four in the Champions League. It can be great and profitable in terms of revenue if done right. But everyone has to give their point of view,” Ceferin said. “We are discussing it, but it has not been decided. We liked the final eight last year in Portugal.”

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