Liverpool, Real Madrid and other clubs could face the threat of being stripped of their UEFA titles if they go ahead with plans to join the new European Super League.
These clubs are some of the most successful in history, having won 19 Champions League titles between them, but it seems there is a genuine desire within UEFA to strongly punish teams looking to set up a breakaway league.
See below as the reliable Chris Williams makes this big claim that could perhaps make clubs think twice about this controversial move…
Speaking to people in UEFA this morning there is a genuine want for the 12 to be immediately dismissed from all UEFA club competitions – and for Real, Barcelona, AC Milan and Liverpool to be stripped of their badges of honour. Suffice to say there are a lot of angry people there.
— Chris Williams (@Chris78Williams) April 19, 2021
Will the lure of all the money involved be enough to make clubs say goodbye to all their past glory? It wouldn’t be that surprising, but at the same time it could be damaging for their brands.
In general, this news has not gone down at all well and it’s hard to believe these teams are so set on doing something that would anger so many of their own supporters.
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First up, be honest – good idea or bad idea?
— CaughtOffside (@caughtoffside) April 19, 2021