Javier Tebas, during an appearance in front of the media


Tebas shows his face: Florentino, sanctions for the Super League, Militao's hand...

Published:11/05/2021 - 13:13h

Updated:11/05/2021 - 13:13h

Javier Tebas, president of LaLiga, spoke on Tuesday about the possible sanctions that could be applied to the clubs that are part of the Superliga. In addition, he charged against Florentino Pérez and referred to the return of the public to the stadiums in Spain

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Javier Thebes spoke this Tuesday in the Breakfasts of Europe Press on the Superliga European and all what has sucedido as a result of this project. The president of LaLiga left clear what thinks on this tournament and on what represents for the Spanish competition and for the football. "The Superliga, as I always have said, is a project of bar of bar. The conflict of the schedules, the Supercopa and the Glass of the King also are another conflict", began.

The costarricense continued with his argument and criticised to the big clubs that have participated in this Superliga. "The problem of the big clubs is not ingresar more. What want to do is vaciar to the big leagues to carry it to the big clubs. You can not go to the market to sell the audiovisual rights with all these incógnitas. You do not do something clandestino of something well. Only when it is a good surprise. But it is necessary to think how can be that in less than 24 hours put of agreement all the big leagues to say that it is something hurtful", commented.

Besides, it loaded against Florentino Pérez by this reason by his form to see and understand the football. "To Florentino Pérez no wins him never the pulses, seems lie that do not know him. As in the politics between Sánchez and Married is not a personal subject, understand Spain of different form. All understand that it is an ideological subject, as the same is in the football. Florentino has all my respects, but has a concept of the football that puts in risk to the industry", indicated.

Also it referred to the possible sanctions that could have to the teams involved in the Superliga. In the UEFA loom with sanctioning with two years without Champions League to Real Madrid and FC Barcelona. I respect the autonomy of the UEFA and has to take a decision according to his statutes. What do will be with sufficient juridical base. No only they compete in Champions, also belonged to organs of the UEFA like the ECA. The UEFA can not remain passive in front of this and neither LaLiga. We have to put mechanisms of protection so that it do not go back to occur", stood out.

On the other hand, it spoke of the possibility that the people go back to the stadiums of LaLiga and left clear that it is adherent to do it in all the cities where sanitariamente this allowed, although this mean that no all the teams can do it. "We go to see to teams like the Cartagena or the Logroñés that have gone through the professional football and that has not seen them his fans in the stadium. That they can go few to the stadiums already is incredible and important for his fans. I am adherent that there is public in a place and another in not depending on the situation. The own clubs have approved it", aimed.

Thebes defended the VAR and 'wetted' with the hand of Militao

Finally, it pronounced on the controversial hand of Éder Militao against the Seville and recognised that the subject of the hands would have to change of face to the course that comes. "I keep on being defender of the VAR. I can understand to Zidane and to the Real Madrid, as to the Athletic that complained does some weeks. The subject of the hands has created a lot of desazón. Has to explain more. When we begin with the VAR did a very important campaign so that the people understood it. But if you do not explain it and salts every three months saying that the hand this or the another... I expect that the CTA work in this", finalised.

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