The European Super League, even if it came from a relatively favorable ruling before the European Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), is now facing tough opposition from all European Union members, except for Spain.
As the European Super League’s promoters scramble to get their tournament off the ground, the French Republic has won the support of most European Union member countries to issue a joint declaration to protect and endorse the “link between annual performance in national competitions and all European competitions.”
The French Government intends to urge the European Commission to draft legislation solidifying the link between annual performance at...
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