Sky Sports journalist reveals the PL club Barcelona & Real Madrid blame for ESL mass exit

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Real Madrid and Barcelona are reportedly blaming Manchester City for kickstarting the mass Premier League exodus from the European Super League, according to Kaveh Solhekol.

Following a severe backlash to the proposals to form a breakaway league, the big six from the English top-flight backed out, with mass protests against the ownerships still ongoing.

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It’s interesting that the La Liga giants are focusing on Manchester City in particular when looking for an explanation as to why the Super League quickly fell apart.

Despite their claims, it’s undeniable that the heavy pressure on the clubs in question from fans, players, and those involved around the sport played a considerable part in the mass exit.

That all being said, it’s somewhat concerning to think that another attempt could be made down the line and we’d hope that stricter controls could be put in place to ensure that such circumstances can’t arise once more.

Clearly, reform of a more broad scale is required across the governing bodies, however, with the likes of UEFA and the Premier League still failing to take into account the needs of the players and coaches, as Jurgen Klopp was keen to highlight yesterday.

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  1. I sorry to say this but it is true that football as it is today is only fit for robots. Change is imperative. Unfortunately when it came in form of ESL the people rejected it. EUFA and FIFA are foxy and corrupt. The English football association is not different. All are cursed with the ability to lie with both sides of their mouths. They are all the “pot” calling the kettle “black.” What excuse did they give that is logically sound enough to merit the gang up against the ESL? I wish it happens again and then happens right.

  2. The Super League was not and is not the enemy. The enemy is the mafia of FIFA UEFA Premier League and Sky combined with too-high players wages and agents fees. The latter is the reason for all the extra matches being loaded, to increase mafia profit, and to find a way to meet the crazy wages. Supporters should be demonstrating against these things, because as long as they persist, a breakaway remains the only real solution

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