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UEFA's threats of exclusion are not legal. Super League general secretary Anas Laghrari

Super League general secretary Anas Laghrari: “We want to create the best football. We have the desire to create 

A competition that everyone wants to see, which makes people dream.”

Laghrari: “The younger generations are less interested in football, focus on the console or something else and only tune in for the big matches, but these great matches rarely happen.”

Laghrari: “We also note a frustration among players who want to play these great games against these great players.

Laghrari: “There is real frustration with this unstable system, which is based on a club's results in the Champions League. A director makes a three-year plan, but it can have a difference of several hundred million euros depending on the results.”

Laghrari: “We have a solidarity committee that will oversee the distribution of funds and ensure transparency.”

Laghrari: “We are talking about €400M, it's huge. Today, UEFA distributes €130M between 54 federations, we are ready with UEFA to distribute more money but that this money arrives at the grounds of Europe.”

Laghrari does not fear sanctions against the clubs or the players concerned. The Super League has prepared for this and the threats of exclusion are not legal.

The schedule could accelerate. In the event of an agreement with UEFA, the competition could see the light of day in September 2021

“Everything could also start in five months,” says Laghrari

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