UEFA is not planning any immediate sporting sanctions against Super League clubs

According to information from SPOX and goal For the time being, UEFA is not planning any direct sporting sanctions for the Super League clubs. Before almost all participants withdrew their commitment to the Super League, there was also an exclusion from the current European Cup competitions.

After the twelve clubs announced the desired Super League, potential sanctions were discussed at UEFA. A first meeting was scheduled for Tuesday to discuss an immediate exclusion of the Super League participants still represented in the knockout rounds of the European competitions.

Jesper Möller (57), President of the Danish Association and member of the UEFA Executive Committee, said yes DR Sports: “There will be an extraordinary meeting of the Executive Committee on Friday. There I have the expectation that the twelve clubs will be kicked out.” And further: “The clubs are going out. And I assume that this will happen on Friday. Then you have to see how you finish the Champions League.”

After the official withdrawal of almost all Super League clubs – Juve boss Andrea Agnelli already publicly admitted that the project had failed – no exclusions are now planned, not even for Super League pioneer Real Madrid, whose president Florentino Perez had disgraced the premier class in public.

Ceferin had already welcomed the deviants back into the ranks of UEFA: “I am delighted to welcome City back to the European football family. You have shown great cleverness,” said the Slovenian, praising coach Pep Guardiola’s team on Tuesday evening as the first club to announce its exit from the Super League.

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