UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin was outraged when 12 large clubs tried to break up by creating their own league – the Premier League. Not everyone who drinks cabbage is equally good. In an interview with The Mail, English clubs receive some recognition for their actions.
In an interview with the Post UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin now divides the twelve breakaway clubs into three different categories.
English clubs Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham were the first to leave the Premier League and raise their thumbs for their quick decisions.
For me, there is a big difference between the English clubs and the other six. They pulled out first and admitted their mistake. It takes a lot to say “we were wrong”, Ceferin told the British newspaper.
– In my cards there are three groups: the English clubs that left first, three more groups (Atletico Madrid, Milan, Inter) and then the last three groups that think the ground is flat and the Premier League still exists.
Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus have not officially left the league yet.
You can’t act like this and then say “we are being punished because everyone hates us”.
Sanctions on clubs still apply. The alternative is to exclude them from the Champions League next season.
Everyone must bear the consequences of their actions and we cannot pretend that it is raining. You can’t act like this and then say “we are being punished because everyone hates us”. Ceferin says they created the problems themselves.