European super league dishonorable- UEFA president


The European Super League (ESL) is a "dishonorable, self-serving" plan and a "spit despite football darlings", says UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin. 

He additionally said players who played for groups engaged with the shut association would be "prohibited from the World Cup and Euros". 

Armory, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham are among 12 clubs who have consented to join the proposed ESL. 

"We are totally joined against this babble of an undertaking," said Ceferin. 

"I can't pressure all the more emphatically how everybody is joined against these dishonorable, self-serving recommendations, fuelled by voracity regardless of anything else," he said, after plans for a redid 36-group Champions League were concurred. 

"[It is a] pessimistic arrangement, totally against what football ought to be. We can't and won't permit that to change. 

"Players who will play in the groups that may play in the shut class will be restricted from the World Cup and Euros. We encourage everybody to stand tall with us as we do our absolute best to guarantee this never winds up in fulfillment. 

"This thought is a spit even with all football darlings. We won't permit them to remove it from us."

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