FIFA president Gianni Infantino warns super league clubs at UEFA congress | Sangbad Pratidin

Published by: Subhajit Mandal | Posted: April 20, 2021 9:02 pm | Updated: April 20, 2021 9:02 pm News Daily Digital Desk: FIFA stood by UEFA from the beginning when it heard that the top 12 clubs in Europe wanted to organize a ‘Super League’ competition separately. FIFA President Gianni Infantino has sent a strong message to clubs thinking of playing in the Super League at the UEFA Congress in Montreux. On the same day, UEFA directly threatened the rebel clubs in the Congress, saying, “Stay. Otherwise move away. Don’t stay in the middle. Real world clubs like Real Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Manchester United, Liverpool and Juventus are planning to form a ‘Super League’ together. However, as soon as the news broke, UEFA threatened clubs participating in the Super League and threatened to expel them from all domestic and international competitions. On the same day at the UEFA Congress in Montreux, the FIFA president took one hand in the rebel clubs. “Those who want to go any other way, of course, can go with their choice,” he said in a threatening tone. But they alone will be responsible for choosing this path of their choice. Either they will stay. Otherwise you will leave. In the middle of it will not be accepted in any way. Right now everyone is being informed in a clear way. ”

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Before becoming the current president of FIFA, Infantino was the general secretary of UEFA. As a result, he knows how much trouble UEFA can face if there is a Super League with European clubs. That is why Infantino said, “FIFA will not accept the Super League in any way. FIFA will always be on UEFA’s side in this matter. Even then, if anyone wants to go to the Super League, they can go without any restrictions. ” Despite threatening Super League clubs, Infantino is hopeful that the problem will be resolved soon and everything will be back to normal. But the FIFA president thinks that in the interests of national, European and world football, everything should go back to normal. Sangbad Pratidin News App: Download to get the latest updates of news Like to stay in the daily news Like on Facebook and follow on Twitter. Get updates on all news LikeDownload News every day

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