UEFA postponed decision on sanctions for the 12 clubs Sangbad Pratidin

News Daily Digital Desk: The names of the twelve superpowers in Europe have been named in the Rebel League Grand Alliance. ‘Dirty Dozen’! Those who wanted to get out of UEFA control and hold a separate tournament, called the Super League. It was decided that he would not play in the Champions League from next year. Rather play the Super League. Where the twelve strongest clubs in Europe will play among themselves, where there will be no such thing as ups and downs. But that attempt by Real Madrid and Super League president Florentino Perez failed completely within forty-eight hours of the Super League being formed. FIFA threatened. UEFA threatened. In the end, ten of the twelve clubs left the Super League grand alliance. And then there was the question, what does UEFA do with the Rebel 12? Will they let them play in the Champions League? Or will there be punishment? The fact is that despite trying to form such a parallel force in the world of football, ‘Dirty Dozen’ is getting through! UEFA decided on the same day that the 12 rebel teams would not be expelled from any tournament, this year’s Champions League or Europa League. They will be able to play, as they have been playing for so long. Clubs like Real Madrid have not left the Super League yet. But despite this, UEFA released 12 rebel groups unconditionally!

[আরও পড়ুন: RCB জার্সি হাতে পেপ গুয়ার্দিওলা, অধিনায়ক বিরাটের কাছে জানালেন বিশেষ আরজিও]

In a statement on the same day, UEFA said that they could take disciplinary action against the rebel Twelve Clubs for forming a Super League alliance. But they are not doing all that for the greater good of football. Instead, they want to get rid of the past and promote football. UEFA thinks that it is possible for clubs to turn around only if they do well in and out of the field. However, it was rumored that UEFA could expel Real Madrid this time for forming a rebel alliance. Juventus could face another year in exile. But that didn’t happen at all. But UEFA wasn’t sure how serious the reaction would be if this powerful European club were sent into exile. Supposedly, that is why they did not go to the streets of severe punishment. The last nail fell in the coffin of the Super League on this day. Investment bank JP Morgan of the United States withdrew from the Super League. Those in the league were supposed to pay three and a half billion pounds. As the situation came under control, UEFA chief Seferni threatened to “take a look” at the rebels. But nothing happened at all. Instead of ‘crime’, the rebels got ‘unconditional bail’!

[আরও পড়ুন: অবসর ভেঙে ফিরবেন আন্তর্জাতিক ক্রিকেটে? জল্পনা উসকে দিলেন পাক পেসার আমির]

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