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Juventus president Andrea Agnelli: Super League a cry for help

Juventus president Andrea Agnelli has defended the European Super League project and labelled it a "cry for help." The Serie A side are one of three clubs -- alongside Real Madrid and Barcelona -- yet to renounce the project after the other nine sides pulled out. - Stream LIVE games...
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Andrea Agnelli reveals Super League stance has alarmingly not changed

Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli has continued to state his support for the failed Super League concept and still insists that Juve, Barcelona and Real Madrid will refuse to give up as they are acting for the good of football as a whole. Quite how Agnelli and the others can justify...
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Legendary striker Alessandro Del Piero 'emerges as a candidate for the Juventus presidency' as pressure grows on Andrea Agnelli to step down following the European Super League saga

Alessandro Del Piero has emerged as a surprise candidate to take over as Juventus president amid doubts over Andrea Agnelli's future, according to reports. The Old Lady are still reeling from the botched European Super League project, with Agnelli one of the orchestrators of the now-defunct plan that lasted only 48 hours.
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PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi becomes European Club Association's new chief after Andrea Agnelli stood down to spearhead doomed Super League project

Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has been appointed as the new European Club Association chairman in place of Andrea Agnelli, one of the architects of the doomed Super League. The Qatari resisted repeated attempts to persuade him and his club to become founder members of the breakaway league. He now...
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Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli gives awkward interview describing the 'BLOOD PACT' between the 12 founding European Super League members... just moments before ill-fated venture's suspension due to the Premier League's Big Six pulling out

Andrea Agnelli gave an awkward interview hyping up the European Super League and describing of a 'blood pact' between all 12 founder clubs just moments before the much-maligned venture was suspended. After it was announced late on Sunday night that 12 founding members had joined up to the Super League,...
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Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli compares European Super League to Fortnite and Call of Duty

Juventus chief Andrea Agnelli has compared the crumbling European Super League to video games Fortnite and Call of Duty as he desperately bids to defend the highly controversial idea.All six Premier League clubs withdrew from the ESL on Tuesday night just 48 hours after the concept was announced.Atletico Madrid, Inter Milan and AC Milan have all followed the lead of the English sides, with Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus the only three ‘founding members’ remaining.But that has not stopped Agnelli - vice-chairman of the ESL - from sticking by the principles of the idea. Speaking to Football Italia, he said:...
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Juventus 3-1 Parma: Alex Sandro hits brace and Matthijs de Ligt finds the net to help Old Lady come from behind to beat Serie A strugglers as Andrea Agnelli watches on following failed European Super League plan

Andrea Agnelli watched on as Juventus came from behind to beat relegation strugglers Parma in Serie A. Juventus, fresh from conceding defeat in the controversial European Super League plot, went behind in the first half thanks to a sublime free kick from Parma star Gaston Brugman, leaving Gianluigi Buffon with no chance.

Super League cannot proceed without ‘big six’, admits Andrea Agnelli

Juventus chairman’s reputation has taken a severe hit over the ESL debacle. Agnelli was forced to deny that he had resigned amid fallout. Andrea Agnelli, the chairman of Italian soccer giants Juventus and one of the chief architects of the European Super League (ESL), has admitted that the elite soccer breakaway competition cannot go on without the ‘big six’ English clubs.

European Super League suspended as Andrea Agnelli concedes defeat on breakaway project

The European Super League looks set to be cancelled after a raft of its founding members pulled out, one of the chief organisers has confirmed. On Tuesday night, widespread fan protests forced all six Premier League clubs involved – Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham, Arsenal and Liverpool – to announce they were withdrawing from the competition that had only been mooted officially 48 hours earlier.