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Ceferin criticises Klopp and Guardiola

UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin no longer believes that the controversial Super League project will be revived. He also criticised Jürgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola, who complain about too many games and ever new competitions.

UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin no longer believes that the controversial Super League project will be revived. He also criticised Jürgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola, who complain about too many games and ever new competitions.

In the dispute over the formation of the league consisting of top European clubs, negotiations are scheduled for mid-July. Before that, however, numerous clubs had already turned their backs on the Super League after massive criticism. Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Juventus Turin, however, are still committed to the league.

“If you play less, salaries go down “

Ceferin also took on Liverpool FC’s Jürgen Klopp and Manchseter City’s Pep Guardiola. “It’s easy to always attack FIFA and UEFA, but the discussion is simple: if you play less, the salaries decrease,” he said. The two Premier League coaches had previously criticised plans for more tournaments and therefore more games. “Who should complain are the workers with a thousand euros a month in the factories,” Ceferin said.

Ceferin also criticised the attitude of many clubs on the issue of burden in international competitions. “Everyone wants more cup matches, then there are championships with 20 teams, national cups and in some countries a league cup. Nobody is giving up anything,” the UEFA president criticised, likely with England in particular in mind.

In addition to a league with 20 teams, the English “treat” themselves to the League Cup as well as the FA Cup. For Liverpool, for example, 63 competitive matches in 2021/22 are on the books from these three competitions. For the national players, the appearances for their home countries are added to this.

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