It appears as though the 12 clubs who agreed to launch the Super League are set to face consequences from UEFA.
On Sunday night it was confirmed that 12 of Europe’s top clubs had launched the creation of a new ‘Super League’ which would be governed by the teams and would replace their participation in the Champions League.
Milan, Juventus and Inter were all involved from Italy as were Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid from Spain. Premier League sides Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Spurs were the other six.
However, yesterday things began to unfurl as Manchester City were the first to say goodbye, then all the other English clubs followed, while statements from Inter, Atletico Madrid, Milan and also Juventus arrived.
According to the latest from Mohamed Bouhfasi on Twitter, UEFA says the 12 founding clubs face consequences. The first will be “they will live with shame” with proper sanctions to come, as per the Vice President. Several big clubs are asking the UEFA for sanctions for the 12.