He said: “This is not good news for fans and football in this country.”
EBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson, This Monday promised to “do my best” Prevent the UEFA Super League project from “going on as planned.”
“We will study everything that football management can do To ensure that this (Super League) does not proceed as planned,” Johnson said in a statement to the media yesterday that the media had expressed opposition to this idea last night.
For the “Prime Minister”, twelve European clubs were announced, six of which are English, three Spaniards and three Italians, to initiate a closed European competition between the richest and strongest teams on the European continent “For the fans in this country, this is not good news, and for football, it is not good news either.”
Johnson reiterated: “I don’t like the look of that proposal.” He believes that the team is “not just a global brand.”
The Prime Minister believes that every effort should be made to ensure The club “keep in touch with the fans” In the territory of their historical origin.
In the past few hours, the UK’s response to the initiative has doubledFrom politics, the media, and even fans from the six British teams involved in the project: Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham, Manchester City and Liverpool.