Repubblica: Three Serie A clubs ask for Milan, Inter and Juventus to be expelled from the league

By Oliver Fisher -

Three Serie A clubs have reportedly requested that AC Milan, Inter and Juventus be kicked out of Serie A over the Super League announcement.

An official statement on the club’s website has confirmed that Milan along with Arsenal, Atlético de Madrid, Chelsea FC, FC Barcelona, Inter, Juventus, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Real Madrid and Tottenham Hotspur have all joined the ‘Super League’ as Founding Clubs.

The idea is that there will be 20 participating clubs with 15 ‘Founding Clubs’ and a qualifying mechanism for a further five teams to qualify annually based on achievements in the prior season. There will be two groups of 10, and founding clubs will get €3.5bn just for signing up.

The response from both UEFA and other clubs has been strong. According to La Repubblica (via Calciomercato.com), Atalanta, Hellas Verona and Cagliari are three clubs who yesterday asked that Juventus, Inter and Milan be excluded from Serie A this season, following the announcement of the creation of the Super League.

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6 Comments

  1. qwerty says:

    Agreed. I’d also ask to kick all of them out.

  2. Michael Osubu says:

    Great.

  3. Nougtara Yusif says:

    Why should the clubs be kicked out, because they want to make money.

    1. Martin Bernhard says:

      Nougtara Yusif Because this goes against the principles of the history of the sport and will make the gap between clubs far bigger and ill go as far to say its nothing but a egotistical choice. Add to that teams are actually by this action helping a big investor inserting a trojan horse into the sport. All european leagues are under uefa and uefa are under fifa governing . Same with national teams so this will have great ramification.

      Ill add this that i posted in another milan forum

      -teams wont be allowed to play in their respective leagues.
      -players wont be allowed to play for the national teams.
      -Some players will undoubtedly want to leave such teams as they take pride in representing their national teams.
      -Clubs wont be allowed to trade with clubs under fifas governing and clubs trading with super league teams propably will risk getting huge fines or worse.
      -The charm of the small teams outsmarting the big teams will be part of the past with only big clubs in a super league.
      -clubs getting a wildcard because of their merits in the past year and participating will potentially risk getting banned locally when they isnt invited anylonger for the super league.

  4. Cesar says:

    Atalanta, Verona and Cagliari hahaha … what do they want hahaha.Who cares what they think.
    The Super League is something that is new and a wonderful project for all clubs in Europe, UEFA does not want to allow the creation of the Super League because then UEFA and their thieves cannot steal money and control all clubs, how many times have we wondered if furniture Champions League last 10 years. YES they set up UEFA and FIFA matches together. Enough of UEFA AND GOODBYE FOREVER

  5. Denny says:

    You can’t kick them out simply because they want something new. Dialogue is the way forward

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