That's what they are threatening, I think.The government could put a stop to this, just introduce legislation that only allows games/competitions affiliated with The FA to take place in England.
I believe France and Germany already have similar laws.That's what they are threatening, I think.
However, this then puts leisure leagues, and soccer zone et Al out of business and probably is not in the spirit of existing competition law.
My take on it, is allow it, but its a clean break. Resign from the leagues etc and off you pop. Do your own thing. It is destined for failure
It's falling apart...thank heavens for that
Hopefully it does drive some serious reform at the very top of the game but we should never forgive and forget what these clubs/my club have done
I haven't seen any reporting that he has resigned from Juventus - just that he resigned as the president of the European Club Association (ECA) as the (Not-So) Super League was announced. Talk about being a double agent!
The ESL had Clattenburg written all over it, this is the real tragedy of the situation.You've got to feel for Mark Clattenburg though. He's just lost an even bigger pay day than his desert arc.