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New Breakaway competition experience backlash

The separatists are preparing to withdraw from the new breakaway competition – European Super League less than 72 hours after Premier League clubs Chelsea and Manchester City reportedly agreed to join in giving a major blow to the proposed new competition.

Some time ago the BBC reported that two English clubs were about to withdraw from the separatist competition, appearing in the new league court to prevent football officials in Spain from thwarting their plans.

Chelsea and City were among the 12 teams announced on Sunday to set up an opponent for the UEFA Champions League without the need for annual qualification. The announcement sparked a wave of protest within the game, in the political world and public opinion, particularly in England.

The news of Chelsea, owned by Russian Roman Abramovich, taking steps to move away from the plan was wildly celebrated by Chelsea fans, who played their team’s game behind the Premier League behind closed doors against Brighton and Hove Albion Was opposed.

Neither Chelsea, Manchester City nor the Super League organization responded immediately to a request for comment. Several media reports have also stated that Manchester United executive vice president, Ed Woodward, who is a key figure in the European separatist Super League project, has resigned from the Premier League club. Manchester Evening News said Woodward would remain in his role until the end of the year, despite his resignation.

The company established to lead the new league is based in Madrid, and the president of Real Madrid, Florentino Perez, is the league’s first president. The court ruled in a judgment observed by Reuters that FIFA, UEFA and all its affiliated federations should not “in any way impose restrictions, restrictions, limits or measures to improve the situation” for the creation of the Super League.

It was not immediately clear what authority was given by the Madrid court to the authority hearing the corporate disputes over football bodies in Switzerland. A source close to UEFA said the organization was “relaxed” about the decision.

The Super League hopes that a mix of defensive justice and actions in motion will determine football officials to accept their new competition in the game. FIFA President Gianni Infantino said the club cannot be “half, half” within the established structure.

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UEFA has threatened to ban 12 clubs, including Manchester United and Real Madrid, from domestic and international competition, and Infantino will add its voice to the backlash.

“We strongly disapprove… if some go their own way, they have to live with the results of their choice, whether you are or you are out,” Infantino told the UEFA Congress in Montreux, Switzerland.

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