Chelsea proprietor Roman Abramovich and board concede 'profound lament' over ESL disaster Chelsea proprietor Roman Abramovich and board pens open letter to fans over ESL turmoil Writing in an open letter to the Chelsea fans (h/t Daily Mail), Chelsea proprietor Roman Abramovich and the board have conceded that they profoundly lament the contribution in the disastrous European Super League (ESL).
For the record, I still can’t see this happening by the way.When you have the actual Prime Minister of the UK getting involved and condemning it, then you have to feel that the organisers are fighting against the world to make this happen.For me, it feels like a political powerplay, with clubs being unhappy with the newly proposed format of the Champions League and the lack of financial rewards.
Giving appreciative words of gratitude to UEFA for the ideal of creating a "European Super League" to help in advancing football (soccer) and making football more interesting seems to have injection unilateral actions into the heart of football supporters and some included teams to be participating in this particular League.
The European Super League Chairman still stands firm that the project is very much alive despite teams claimed to have exited Real Madrid President who is spearheading the European Super League agenda, Florentino Perez still insists the ESL project isn’t dead yet.Following the forceful pull from the UCL by the involved clubs in the ESL project, fans had to angrily express their displeasure with the decision.
The president for UEFA, Aleksander Ceferin has made a statement this afternoon talking about the suggestions of the Vice and chairman of the uefa, Andrea Agnelli and Florentino Perez respectively.He said the the European Super League (ESL) will be a disgrace, selfish league and will also make football lover to loose interest in the league.
Thomas Tuchel's press conference will be the first 'big six' manager to face the media following the ESL announcement.Thomas Tuchel says he is at Chelsea to be in the 'hardest and toughest' competitions in Europe.Thomas Tuchel says he is part of Chelsea, and he trusts the club to make the right decision.