The UEFA conference in Montreux, Switzerland turned into a debate about the Super League.UEFA President Alexander Ceferin delivered a speech at the opening ceremony of the European Football Summit. The theme shocked the world
“Football does not belong to anyone. In other words, it belongs to everyone because it is about our traditions, history and respect for tradition. It means something.” Then he turned to the English clubs because in 12 There are as many as 6 clubs in the Super League. They created a game that will destroy the UEFA Champions League:
“You made a mistake. British fans should correct your mistake. They should be respected. Correct the mistake, come back and restore common sense.”
The following is a quote from Davor Šuker, Marijan Kustić and Ivančica Sudac from HNS on behalf of the Special Congress:
“The UEFA game needs clubs like Dynamo Zagreb, Atlanta, Celtics, Glasgow Rangers and Galatasaray. We need these clubs because people need to know that everything is possible. Everyone needs to have a chance and we need to keep dreaming, because these clubs have to prove their dreams come true in the European Cup.”
He reminded the past of the Super League: “Today’s big clubs are not necessarily big in the past. There is no guarantee that they will become big in the future. Football is dynamic and unpredictable. This makes it a beautiful game. So. Success, such success. In the ten years before Sir Alex arrived, where was Manchester United? Do you remember? Where was Juventus 15 years ago? As far as I know, in Serie A.
Ceferin scored even higher: “Imagine the club that dominated European football 30 or 40 years ago decided to form the Premier League. What would it look like? These include Nottingham Forest, Aston Villa, HSV, Steaua, Porto, Ein Horwen and Red Star were European elites at that time, but that would be the Super League, but football is changing and some people don’t understand them. They only see changes in their bank accounts. Those clubs who think they are unshakable now need to remember where they are. They come from us. We should understand that if they are European giants today, it is partly due to Uefa, who has defended the game based solely on sports performance for more than 60 years. Who knows there is no Uefa situation.