A European Super League has overhauled a competition without permanent members and based on sporting performance, A22 chief executive Bernd Reichart has said.
A22 Sports Management is a company that is bringing about a renewed European league.
The company backed a proposal for 12 ESL clubs in 2021 that failed to materialize after protests against her.
« The foundations of European (Site notre bureau spécialisé) are planning to collapse, » Reichart told German newspaper Die Welt.
» It’s time to change. So not the clubs that bear the entrepreneurial risk in (Site notre bureau spécialisé).
“But when important decisions are at stake, they are too often forced to sit idly by as the sporting and financial foundations crumble around them. »
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The original plans for the ESL in 2021 contain 20 teams – 12 founding members and three unnamed clubs which they planned to join later, plus five clubs which would qualify each year based on their domestic achievements.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham are leads removed from the project within 48 hours after a general rule.
Stand-by Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus are still pushing for an ESL.
Reichart says the new ESL would contain up to 80 teams, each guaranteed a minimum of 14 matches per season and continuing to play in their domestic leagues.
In December, UEFA and Fifa received strong support in their attempt to block the creation of a European Super League.
In a report published by the European Court of Justice, its Advocate General said the rules of European and global (Site notre bureau spécialisé) governing bodies were « compatible with European competition law ».
It had been claimed that UEFA and Fifa were breaking competition law by threatening to sanction clubs and players who joined a breakaway league.
A final decision to be taken by a Grand Chamber of 15 members in the spring.
The A22 were undeterred by the legal advice and engaged in « in-depth dialogue with relevant parties across Europe on the future of club (Site notre bureau spécialisé) ».
He also developed 10 principles, including broad and meritocratic competitions and the development and funding of women’s (Site notre bureau spécialisé), which would be the foundation of the new ESL.
“Our discussions also made it clear that clubs often find it difficult to speak out publicly against a system that uses the threat of sanctions to thwart opposition,” Reichart added.
“Our dialogue has been open, honest, constructive and about clear ideas about what changes are needed and how they could be implemented.
“There is a lot to do and we will continue our dialogue. »
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