Football NewsGianni Infantino is dissapointed by the possibilities of Super League
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FIFA President Gianni Infantino has warned 12 teams involved in plans to pull away from the Super League to expect repercussions for their actions, with members of the European elite saying they cannot be half or half.


They can only disprove the Super League

After years of guesswork, proposals have been drawn up for a new continental tournament that will deliver a gated store for those at the top of the football food web. Opposition to signatory parties continues to line up as their actions are questioned around the world and harsh sanctions are built on any groups that take matters into their own hands.

FIFA has already spoken out against the Super League project, and Gianni added at the UEFA Congress that in FIFA they can only strongly disapprove of the creation of the Super League, which is a closed store, which is a split from the current institutions, from the leagues, from the associations, from FIFA , and from UEFA. There is a lot to throw away for maybe some short-term financial gain. People need to think very carefully. They need to reflect and take responsibility. If some choose to go their own way, then they must live with the consequences of their choice. They are responsible for their choice. Specifically, it means that you are either in or out. You can’t be half or half.


The development of global football is FIFA’s mission

The governing body of world football said in a statement released shortly after Man Utd, Arsenal, Liverpool, Tottenham, Chelsea, Man City, Real Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Atlético Madrid, Juve, AC Milan and Inter revealed their intentions in the Super League. that in the light of several media inquiries and, as has been said on numerous occasions, FIFA would like to clarify that it strongly advocates solidarity in football and a model of fair redistribution that can help develop football as a sport, especially at the global level, as the development of the global football is the main mission of FIFA.