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Uefa wants to punish rebel clubs

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Uefa wants to immediately exclude clubs that have joined the Super League from the Champions League. President Ceferin speaks of "a horrible proposal dictated only by greed" and attacks Andrea Agnelli: "I have never seen anyone lie like that". Draghi also says no to the project of the 12 top European clubs: «Let's defend meritocracy and championships». The investment bank JP Morgan confirms that it will finance the new league with 3,5 billion.

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Corriere della Sera: Superlega, Italy makes a wall
la Repubblica: Europe in the football war
La Stampa: The Super League blows up the ball
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Future: Difficult openings
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Il Mattino: The rebels expelled from the championships
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the poster: Shot of the stadium
Tomorrow: The lords of European football play their championship to escape debts

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