Ceferin is pleased that european clubs admitted mistakes with Super League
Alexander Ceferin continues to tackle the aftermath of the failed Super League of 12 of Europe’s top clubs, with the President of the UEFA admitting that Barcelona’s involvement in the proposals disappointed me least of all.
They admitted their mistake
To Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid, Juve, AC Milan, Inter, Liverpool, Man Utd, Arsenal, Tottenham, Chelsea and Man City, The Blaugrana, which were drawn into discussions by former President Josep Maria Bartomeu. This plan has now been torn apart, amid fierce opposition to it, and Alexander Ceferin is pondering what to do with those who have threatened to leave on their own.
Alexander, who made it clear that anyone involved in the Super League would face severe sanctions, said he would say that English clubs have made a very good decision and we will take that into account. They admitted their mistake and realized that they were wrong. everyone makes mistakes. On the way, he was disappointed by everyone, but I must say that, perhaps, it was Barcelona that disappointed him the least.
President Joan Laporta was recently elected and has spoken to him two or three times. A lot of pressure was put on him because of his financial situation. This happens when you overpay some players and do not get the result. Look at Bayern Munich, they have no debt and they won the Champions League. he was in constant contact with the CEO of Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Borussia Dortmunds Joachim Watzke. helped a lot, as did Paris Saint-Germain to the president of Nasser Al-Khelaifi, who, logically, should have been one of the first to take part in the Super League.
Ronaldo will be replaced in the defensive walls
No decision has yet been made on whether the dozen clubs that have threatened to disrupt the European football establishment will be punished. Alexander Ceferin also said in those discussions that they will talk about football, but in meetings, he will decide who is sitting next to me. So he can put someone a little further away.