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Spanish Government Opposes the Super League

Spanish Government Opposes the Super League

The State’s legal profession has sent a letter to the Court of Justice of the European Union supporting UEFA, RFEF and LaLiga in their rejection of Florentino Pérez’s project.
The Spanish State lawyer has sent a statement of allegations to the European Union court on Tuesday with which it supports UEFA in the open litigation with the clubs that want to launch the Superliga project, according to the Cope chain.
Spain aligns itself in this way with the position set by Brussels, which defends that it should be the sporting results and not other issues that determine the participation of a team in a supranational competition.
Several European countries and football federations have been against the creation of the Super League. A project in which Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus continue to embark.
José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes, former Minister of Culture and Sports, already positioned himself against the Super League when it was announced and expressed himself in these terms: “I was very concerned about the UEFA sanctions, which could affect footballers, who could not to play for the Spanish team. The sport model, of open competitive football based on merit, is broken, that the big and the little can face each other and the little one can win from time to time. “

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