The Madrid Court prohibits sanctioning measures against clubs, players and managers of the Superliga

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The Commercial Court 17 of Madrid has adopted this Tuesday very precautionary measures to prevent any measure that prevents the launch of the Super league.

As EFE learned, said court has made this decision to prohibit FIFA, UEFA and all their associated Federations or Leagues “from adopting any measure that prohibits, restricts, limits or conditions in any way, directly or indirectly, the launch of the Super League”.

Likewise, such measures prohibit the taking of “any sanctioning or disciplinary measure against the participating clubs, their players and managers“.

Twelve of the most important clubs in Europe, including the Real Madrid, the FC Barcelona and the Atlético de Madrid, announced Sunday night the creation of a Super league European outside of UEFA.

This Monday, Aleksander ceferin, UEFA president, announced that they will adopt sanctions as soon as possible and will study the participation of the players of the clubs involved in the next European Championship.

We are going to impose all the sanctions we can as soon as possible, remove them from all competitions and prohibit players from participating in our competitions“Ceferin said.

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