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

  • Yes

    Votes: 103 5.1%
  • No

    Votes: 1,904 94.9%

  • Total voters
    2,007

waspish

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Uefa are weak fucks ban the fcukers now and they’ll come crawling back they are that much in the shit! Who they going to play with only three teams in it still?! Plus now all premier clubs have signed a deal that if they do go into this league they will get fined 20m and docked 30 points! No premier club will enter no German club will enter with the fan vote!
 

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Joan Laporta (FC Barcelona president): "Liverpool and Manchester United were the real founders of the Super League."

Joan Laporta (FC Barcelona president): "The Super League project is alive."

Joan Laporta: “UEFA threatened to fine us or kick us out of the Champions League [for the Super League]. But now, they have canceled the entire disciplinary process and have enrolled us in next season’s Champions League”

Joan Laporta (FC Barcelona president): "What a coincidence that a certain state-owned club who refused the Super League is investing more than ever in their squad, what a coincidence that they can offer to double a player's salary."

Joan Laporta (Barca President): "Liverpool and Manchester United have still not paid the compensation for leaving.”

Joan Laporta (FC Barcelona): "As soon as we receive the green light from the court, we will create the greatest competition in the world of sports, and everyone will want to join us."

Joan Laporta (FC Barcelona president): "They threatened, they pressured, they forced some clubs to apologize and pay fines, now look what happened. Time proved us right."

Joan Laporta (FC Barcelona president): "The Super League will be the most attractive competition in the world, and it will be based on meritocracy and solidarity."

Joan Laporta (FC Barcelona president): "Did you see UEFA's reaction? Apologize, pay us and beg for forgiveness. It's a monopoly. A new era is coming. It'll take some time, but it's coming."

Joan Laporta: "We're in constant talks with the clubs that were forced to leave the Super League. We're working on changing the format and making it better."
Laporta has finally got his decree absolute through in his divorce from reality. He reminds me of that comical General on Sadam Hussein’s staff that was always getting interviewed during invasion of Iraq.
 

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Laporta has finally got his decree absolute through in his divorce from reality. He reminds me of that comical General on Sadam Hussein’s staff that was always getting interviewed during invasion of Iraq.
I wish you were right, but UEFA will make changes to the CL to satisfy the greed of the Spanish Gruesome Twosome and Italian has-beens.
 

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Joan Laporta (FC Barcelona president): "Liverpool and Manchester United were the real founders of the Super League."

Joan Laporta (FC Barcelona president): "The Super League project is alive."

Joan Laporta: “UEFA threatened to fine us or kick us out of the Champions League [for the Super League]. But now, they have canceled the entire disciplinary process and have enrolled us in next season’s Champions League”

Joan Laporta (FC Barcelona president): "What a coincidence that a certain state-owned club who refused the Super League is investing more than ever in their squad, what a coincidence that they can offer to double a player's salary."

Joan Laporta (Barca President): "Liverpool and Manchester United have still not paid the compensation for leaving.”

Joan Laporta (FC Barcelona): "As soon as we receive the green light from the court, we will create the greatest competition in the world of sports, and everyone will want to join us."

Joan Laporta (FC Barcelona president): "They threatened, they pressured, they forced some clubs to apologize and pay fines, now look what happened. Time proved us right."

Joan Laporta (FC Barcelona president): "The Super League will be the most attractive competition in the world, and it will be based on meritocracy and solidarity."

Joan Laporta (FC Barcelona president): "Did you see UEFA's reaction? Apologize, pay us and beg for forgiveness. It's a monopoly. A new era is coming. It'll take some time, but it's coming."

Joan Laporta: "We're in constant talks with the clubs that were forced to leave the Super League. We're working on changing the format and making it better."
Love how he's dropped United & Liverpool back in it, the media seemed to be moving towards treating them as victims. Ironic in Liverpools case...
 

lancs blue

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Joan Laporta (FC Barcelona president): "The Super League will be the most attractive competition in the world, and it will be based on meritocracy and solidarity."
Yeah right, meritocracy as in 20-30 years ago possibly. Definitely little sign of solidarity seeing as most baled out at the first bump in the road.
 

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They or may not make changes but those three clubs won't be calling the shots over everybody else. Not a chance.
I hope you're correct but I have trouble believing UEFA will hold firm when put under pressure from the history boys. Especially when the American owned clubs have had a chance to re-group and re-phrase their proposals.
 

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