Super League rebels planning next coup attempt
The three remaining Super League rebel clubs - Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus - are planning another next attempt to replace UEFA's elite Champions League competition
Nine Super League rebels rejoin European Club Association
Nine of the 12 founder members of the short-lived European Super League rejoined the European Club Association (ECA) on Monday, but Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus remain outside the influential group as they continue to back the breakaway project.
'Super League project still alive,' says Barcelona president
Barcelona president Joan Laporta insisted Sunday that the controversial Super League project "is still alive" despite it being widely condemned as a crude land grab.
UEFA holds crisis meeting over breakaway Super League
European soccer’s governing body, UEFA, held a crisis meeting yesterday, hours after 12 of the continent’s leading clubs shocked the football world by announcing the formation of a breakaway Super League, reports theglobeandmail.com.
Juve not afraid of UEFA sanctions, says Pirlo
Juventus coach Andrea Pirlo insisted on Saturday that his team did not fear UEFA sanctions over the failed Super League project, designed to supplant the Champions League.
Premier League may still sanction Arsenal, Man United, other Super league leavers
English football’s ‘Big Six’ clubs could still face Premier League sanctions despite backing out of the breakaway Super League, reports thetelegraphandargus.co.uk.
Man Utd, Juventus stock falls as Super League collapses
Share prices of Manchester United and Juventus fell on Tuesday as the proposed European Super League was threatened following a furious backlash from fans.
Chelsea, last English club in Super League, confirm withdrawal: statement
Chelsea, the last of the English Clubs signed up to the European Super League, confirmed late Tuesday they would withdraw from the group.
Premier League clubs withdraw from European Super League plans
Plans for a European Super League (ESL) collapsed on Tuesday as Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham joined Manchester City in withdrawing from controversial proposals that provoked a furious backlash. Chelsea are reportedly set to follow leaving just six sides: Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, AC Milan, Inter Milan and Juventus still involved in the…