The report shares the stance of Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham on plans to restart the Super League

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In 2021, English football has been rocked by plans for a European Super League involving Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham, Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea.

The proposal was met with fierce backlash from protesting supporters, eventually resulting in the Premier League six-fold withdrawing from the project.

Now, however, it could rear its ugly head again.

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What’s the matter?

Well, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus plan to revive European Super League plans.

UEFA President Aleksander Čeferin condemned the trio for doing so in the middle of the war, in a scathing attack on the plans.

As quoted by The Telegraph, he said: “Look, first they launched their nonsense of an idea in the middle of a pandemic, now we read articles every day that they plan to launch another idea now in the middle of the war. Do I need to speak more about these people? They obviously live in a parallel world.”

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Thanks to The Telegraphwe were made aware of how the six Premier League clubs involved in the original proposal feel about plans to revive the project.

As things stand, none of them have any intention of agreeing to a redesigned European Super League.

All six would have to give their approval if new plans for a European Super League are to be implemented.

Liverpool, Arsenal & Tottenham are to stay away from the Super League

Even if a more appealing setup for a revamped European Super League is proposed, we think Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham – and the rest of the English top six should ignore them.

There have been passionate protests against the original plans, and supporters don’t want to see any changes.

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Football is about competition and it needs to give clubs in the lower leagues hope that one day they too can reach the top.

Simply put, no one is going to see Europe’s elite play each other over and over again – sounds incredibly boring to say the least.

We’re happy to hear the Premier League top six aren’t interested at the moment – hopefully it stays that way.

In other news, Jesse Marsch says Leeds have a “great bloke” who just promoted him to the first-team

https://www.hitc.com/en-gb/2022/03/03/report-shares-stance-from-liverpool-arsenal-tottenham-on-super-league-restart-plans/ The report shares the stance of Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham on plans to restart the Super League

Zack Zwiezen

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