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Juventus president Andrea Agnelli still insists Super League attempt 'was not a failure'

It was almost a full year ago when twelve European clubs made the sudden announcement that they'd be forming a new Super League, an alternative competition to the current European soccer system controlled by UEFA. The initial announcement of the project was released simultaneously by 12 of Europe's biggest clubs before being heavily criticized by fans, coaches, players, and both FIFA and UEFA. In less than 72 hours the six Premier League clubs involved (Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City, Tottenham, Arsenal and Liverpool) all withdrew from the competition.
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Andrea Agnelli to miss Super Cup after testing positive for Covid

Andrea Agnelli has become the latest Juventus executive to test positive for covid-19 and he would miss the Super Cup match against Inter Milan this week. The Bianconeri has seen some of their players and executives test positive for the infectious disease. Pavel Nedved remains positive and Tuttosport reports that...
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European Super League co-founder Andrea Agnelli still pushing for footballing reform

Juventus chairman and founder of the proposed European Super LeagueAndrea Agnelli said on Friday that he “challenges anyone” to say that current system of professional football is satisfactory, as he again called for reform. Agnelli’s Juve, as well as Barcelona and Real Madrid, were the last of the 12 clubs...
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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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Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli remains determined to revamp European game

Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli remains determined to revamp European football despite the fierce opposition to the doomed Super League. Juve, Barcelona and Real Madrid are the only clubs of the initial 12 involved in the controversial breakaway league yet to officially pull out, despite its spectacular collapse in April. Agnelli...
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European Super League: Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli says project cannot proceed

Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli says the European Super League (ESL) project cannot proceed as AC Milan, Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid joined the six Premier League clubs in withdrawing. Agnelli was one of the chief architects of the breakaway plans, which involved 12 clubs from England, Spain and Italy. Barcelona...
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European Super League: Andrea Agnelli says the competition cannot go ahead

Juventus president Andrea Agnelli has spoken out about the European Super League, which he believes cannot continue without the support of the six English clubs who left the competition last night. On Sunday, football was rocked by the news of a breakaway competition instigated by 12 clubs across Europe, including...
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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.
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PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi replaces Juventus’ Andrea Agnelli as ECA chairman

Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has been elected chairman of the European Club Association (ECA), the body said on Wednesday, replacing Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli who quit on Sunday. Agnelli resigned after Juventus joined 11 other clubs from England, Spain and Italy in forming a breakaway Super League which collapsed...
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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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