Real Madrid announced that 20 European clubs have launched the Super League. This is the richest private game and caused an uproar all over the world.
UEFA announced that it will actually destroy the clubs of the Champions League by establishing the Super League, banning participation in the national championship and all other competitions within its jurisdiction.
Fans and legends of participating clubs rebelled against the Super League. One of them is the symbol of Liverpool, Jamie Carragher, who shared the announcement of the Red Army on Twitter, saying that they are also the Super League and the club where they live:
“Liverpool, how shameful we have become! Let us remember everyone who came to this club before us, they will also be ashamed.”
Carragher spent his entire career (1996-2013) in Liverpool. He ranked second in history with 737 appearances and is the Red Army record holder with 149 games in the European Cup. After retiring, he became a respected football TV commentator.
Carra is called by fans and English football fans. He hates noble and snobs above all. The initiators and participants of a series of humanitarian actions taken to help Liverpool’s most vulnerable groups (homeless, sick, poor children, military disabled…) have always advocated that top football should provide help, contact and include Internal, rather than exclusivity and closedness, therefore, his reaction to such a Super League is not surprising.
We would like to remind you that Real Madrid, Milan, Arsenal, Atletico Madrid, Chelsea, Barcelona, Inter Milan, Juventus, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham have announced an agreement to create a new competition-the Super League.
20 clubs will participate in this game. In addition to the 15 founding clubs (and the names of 3 clubs are under application), according to the results, there will be 5 clubs participating. All matches will be played within a week, and the club still plans to participate in the national league on weekends.
The 20 clubs will be divided into two groups with ten clubs in each group. The top three in each group will advance to the quarter-finals, and the fourth and fifth will compete for the remaining two positions in the knockout stage.
There will be two games in the knockout stage until the finals in May, and the games will be played on a neutral basis. The competition will start in August.