Florentino Pérez in an act of the Real Madrid


Government of Spain opone officially to the Superliga European

Published:19/10/2021 - 18:17h

Updated:19/10/2021 - 18:23h

Spain has showed his backrest to the distinct organisations (UEFA, RFEF and LaLiga), in his categorical rejection to the project of Florentino Pérez

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The legal profession of the State of Spain has sent this Tuesday a fold of allegations to the court of the European Union, with which backs to the UEFA in the litigio open against the clubs that want to promote the project of the Superliga European, as it has advanced the chain Cope.

Of this way, Spain ranges with the marked position from Brussels, which defends that they have to be the sportive results and no other reasons those that determine the participation of a team in a competition supranacional; same cause that generated the collective rejection.

Other European countries and federations of football have showed his contrary position to the creation of the Superliga. A project in which they continue shipped the Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Juventus, after the dissociation of eight of the 12 'founders' of the project.

José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes, ancient minister of Culture and Sports also imposed against the Superliga, grieve when this was announced, and expressed under these terms: "they concerned Me a lot the sanctions of the UEFA, that could affect to the footballers, that could not play in the Spanish selection".

Sportive model

Rodríguez Uribes besides alleged his philosophy on the sport, which concerned to the followers of the world-wide football after the official announcement of the Superliga: "it breaks the model of sport, of open competitive football based in the merit, that the big and the small can confront and that the small can win from time to time".

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