Soccer-Proposed Tremendous League ‘perfect job to go bankrupt’, claims La Liga chief

FILE Picture: La Liga President Javier Tebas poses for the duration of an interview with Reuters at the La Liga headquarters in Madrid, Spain, Oct 2, 2018. REUTERS/Paul Hanna

MADRID (Reuters) – La Liga president Javier Tebas has warned a breakaway European Super League would not be in the extended time period interests of golf equipment, a working day right after True Madrid chief Florentino Perez spoke of an urgent need to have to reform latest competitions.

“The Tremendous League is a perfect venture to go bankrupt, choose on the enthusiasts and confront the football authorities,” Tebas explained to site on Monday.

“The Tremendous League is unfeasible. Whoever says that this is feasible, does not know the football business enterprise effectively.”

Perez claimed on Sunday the COVID-19 pandemic meant football had to “innovate and glance for formulas to guarantee football continues to be attractive,” incorporating that the latest match calendar need to be altered to lessen the stress on players.

Former Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu reported in October upon resigning that he had signed Barca up to the proposed Super League in purchase to maintain the club feasible soon after getting a huge money hit owing to the pandemic.

Perez also claimed the leading golf equipment required to discover means to occur out of the financial crisis prompted by the pandemic. Nevertheless, Tebas explained the plan of a Super League, which would not be organised by UEFA, was not well-known close to the continent, notably between Premier League club bosses.

“I have contacts with the largest English golf equipment and they are from the Super League,” he claimed.

“They have the best competitiveness and if this Leading League product operates, if this Champions League product is performing, why do we have to change?

“This would be a possibility. We can’t get into a war over this idea. The English are the top financial soccer powerhouse and they don’t want the Tremendous League.”

Reporting by Richard Martin Modifying by Christian Radnedge