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Super league teams can not be punished.

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The Super League as was explained by the President of Real Madrid Forintino Prez is to help the participating clubs to earn money to compensate the lost incurred as a result of the pandemic. He further explained that it will also bring back the love that has grow cold in the youth because of uninteresting football matches.

The Super League teams was to participate in both domestic leagues and also participate in the Super League . This will result in at least 4 El- Classico matches in a single season, which is regarded as the biggest match in the world.

Other interesting matches like Manchester Derby and London Derby will happen more than twice in a single season with the aim of getting money and bringing back the love for football.

This move of the top European clubs drew the attention of the UEFA PRESIDENT and the various League coordinators and has tirelessly fought to stop them. The affort of the UEFA and the various League coordinators cause 9 teams to resign from the league leaving only three teams . Real Madrid , Barcelona and Juventus are the only clubs still remaining in the Super League.

The UEFA President however, is very disappointed with the behavior of these teams and want to punish them in any way possible. He wanted the teams to be excluded in the 2021/2022 Champions league competition .

UEFA and FIFA have been notified through the Swiss Justice Ministry that no retaliation can be taken against Super League clubs. [La SER] Now Real Madrid , Barcelona and Juventus will have the opportunity to participate in the 2021/2022 champions League competition.

The teams will also be free from any punishment from either the various League coordinators or the UEFA Boss.

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