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New drama from Super League

New drama from Super League: Could Barca, Real Madrid, Juve face punishment?

April 22, 2022 By Michelle Bonsu
Just as everyone thought the whole drama surrounding the Super League had finally gone away, some reports claim that there could be a new twist to the story.

Last year, the ruckus surrounding the European Super League caused major waves all over the world. 12 clubs had initially decided to get involved, but after backlash from fans, nearly all of them decided to abandon the project.

That is, except Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Juventus. The Spanish duo pushing for this kind of competition has raised major eyebrows, as they are among the most successful sides in the Champions League, having won 18 titles between them. More significant, unlike Juventus, who hasn't won a Champions League since the 1990s and hold the rather unfortunate record of losing the most finals (seven), Los Blancos and the Blaugrana have combined to win six of the 10 finals played between 2010 and 2019.

However, all three have continued to forge ahead, much to the consternation of fans and football officials. Initially, it seemed that this matter had been put to rest, after UEFA were blocked from pursuing legal action, but now things have taken a new twist.

A new ruling has swayed the tide in favor of UEFA, who can now follow up in punishing the three rebel clubs. Although it's unlikely they'll go ahead with full charges, it's still another development in a saga that refuses to go away any time soon.

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