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Would you be happy if City joined this European Super League?

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  • No

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LesBleuMiserable

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hold on now, Uefa handed out punishments for all clubs involved except Barca, Real, Juve as they were going with a tougher plan against them which is now dropped.
so do they get same punishment as like top6 PL clubs, Atletico, Milan, Inter etc?
Have they dropped charges against the slimes 3? 5 year ban for the 3 amigos should have been about right
 

JRockBlues

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Have they dropped charges against the slimes 3? 5 year ban for the 3 amigos should have been about right
UEFA statement:

UEFA takes note of the decision taken today by the independent UEFA Appeals Body to temporarily suspend the disciplinary proceedings that had been opened against FC Barcelona, Juventus FC and Real Madrid CF for a potential violation of UEFA’s legal framework in connection with the so-called ‘Super League’ project.
UEFA notes that the decision to temporarily stay the proceedings has been taken by the UEFA Appeals Body following the formal notification made to UEFA by the Swiss competent authorities on 2 June 2021 of an ex-parte court order obtained on 20 April 2021 by the legal entity European Super League Company SL from the Madrid Commercial Court No. 17 (the “Court Order”). The decision of the independent UEFA Appeals Body has been taken without prejudice to the question about the enforceability of the Court Order in Switzerland. In reliance on the Court Order, the mentioned three clubs have sought to shield themselves from potential disciplinary consequences related to this so-called ‘Super League’ project.
UEFA understands why the disciplinary proceedings needed to be suspended for the time being, but remains confident in and will continue to defend its position in all the relevant jurisdictions.
The legitimacy of sports disciplinary procedures, with the right to appeal to the Court of Arbitration of Sport, has long been recognised as being essential to the uniform administration of justice in sport. The European Court of Human Rights, EU Courts and the Swiss Federal Tribunal have repeatedly ruled that disciplinary/arbitration rules are justified by legitimate interests linked to the specific nature of the sport. UEFA, therefore, acted in accordance with not only its Statutes and Regulations, but also with EU law, the European Convention on Human Rights and Swiss law in opening an independent investigation into the conduct of the clubs associated with this so-called ‘Super League’ project.
UEFA will take all necessary steps in strict accordance with national and EU law in order for the UEFA Appeals Body to be in a position to resume the disciplinary proceedings as soon as possible.
 

blue b4 the moon

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So they've gone to CAS which isn't a body they like following us 'getting off'.

I hope the panel have been made fully aware of teabags derisory comments.
 

Norbiton

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So they've gone to CAS which isn't a body they like following us 'getting off'.

I hope the panel have been made fully aware of teabags derisory comments.
I don’t think they’ve gone to CAS. There’s a court injunction preventing the disciplinary process proceeding, UEFA are waiting to see if this is enforceable.
 

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