Marcelo Bielsa, the Argentine coach for Leeds United from the English Premier League, took a stand today regarding the decision of 12 European clubs to form the Super League and to flee from the UEFA observer, noting that “the prevailing logic in football is also that the powerful are richer. At the expense of the weak being poorer. “
After his 1-1 draw this afternoon at Elland Road against Liverpool, one of the entities that make up the conglomerate of institutions intending to “kick the board,” coach Rosario said, “What gives health to the competition is the potential to develop the weak, not the overgrowth of the strong.” .
“The strongest is because of what they produce and what they call in. The rest (of the teams) are necessary,” Rosario, 65, explained.
During Sunday night, twelve institutions in Europe (three from Spain, three from Italy and the rest from the United Kingdom) notified their intention to create a so-called Premier League to organize – henceforth through its bases – the maximum number of continental leagues. .
In Los 12 clubs, the son of Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Inter, Milan, Juventus, Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham will participate.
Faced with the role the situation might take, UEFA has warned the players that make up those teams not to agree to intervene in this brand-new Premier League which is “banned” from playing various international competitions with those chosen from their respective countries. (Telam)
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