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Juventus reiterate Super League 'legitimacy,' announce €210m losses

Juventus said they remain convinced of the Super League's "legitimacy" as they announced an annual loss of nearly €210 million ($246.3m) on Friday. The Bianconeri, along with two other Serie A sides, three clubs from LaLiga and six from the Premier League, announced the formation of a European Super League in April.
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Juve lose €210m, insist Super League legitimate

Juventus said they remain convinced of the Super League's "legitimacy" as they announced an annual loss of nearly €210 million on Friday. The Bianconeri, along with two other Serie A sides, three from LaLiga and six Premier League clubs, announced the formation of a European Super League in April. -...
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UCL talking points: Attention grabbers, struggling giants

The Champions League group stage is underway, with Chelsea defending their title and 31 other clubs seeking to emulate them next May in Saint Petersburg. Following an exciting first round of games, we asked James Olley, Julien Laurens and Tom Hamilton to answer some big questions. What caught your attention...
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Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis proposes ‘more modern and lucrative’ European tournament

Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has suggested that Europe’s top clubs need to create a “more modern and lucrative” tournament.The Italian film producer believes that Uefa’s existing competitions do not currently sufficiently reward clubs.Though De Laurentiis notes he is against the idea of a European Super League, the 72-year-old has suggested that Europe’s elite leagues reduce the number of teams in their divisions and curb reckless spending in pursuit of success.“The system doesn’t work any more,” explained De Laurentiis to the Daily Mail. “The Champions and Europa League don’t generate sufficient income for the clubs to justify participating in it.“To...
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Messi leaving ripped Barcelona's soul out, says former Bayern CEO Rummenigge

Lionel Messi's departure to Paris Saint-Germain "ripped out" the soul of Barcelona, former Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said after the Blaugrana's heavy Champions League defeat to the Bundesliga champions. Barca may have avoided another demolition job at the hands of Bayern, who defeated them 8-2 in the Champions League...
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Napoli president De Laurentiis has new €10billion Super League proposal

The idea of a European Super League is not going away any time soon, especially if Aurelio De Laurentiis has anything to do with it. Napoli's president is aiming to resurrect the idea, backed by €10billion worth of investment and a few major tweaks. The most recent incarnation of a...
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I dream of an £8.5bn European league: Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis proposes radical football shake-up – and qualification would be based on merit unlike Super League

As Napoli begin their campaign to win the second European trophy in their history at Leicester on Thursday night, President Aurelio De Laurentiis issued a dire warning to the continent’s top clubs – change or forget. in an exclusive interview with sportsmailDe Laurentiis – a prominent filmmaker who has owned...
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Barcelona have an ‘inferiority complex’ around Real Madrid – La Liga president Tebas

La Liga president Javier Tebas has claimed that Barcelona’s board has an “inferiority complex” around Real Madrid president Florentino Perez. Tebas described the alliance of the two clubs in their opposition to the CVC investment deal as a “psychological kidnapping”. His comments were published in Sport on Sunday. Tebas has...
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PSG vs. Clermont Foot: Live stream, start time, TV, how to watch Lionel Messi in Ligue 1

It’s Paris Saint-Germain vs. Clermont Foot in Ligue 1 action Saturday as Lionel Messi takes the pitch once again for the French League frontrunners. Messi is part of a loaded lineup that also includes French star Kylian Mbappe and Brazilian star Neymar as PSG as well as former Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos on defense. The club has stormed out to a perfect 4-0-0 record so far in Ligue 1 play. On the other side, Clermont Foot is also undefeated, going 2-2-0 through its first four matches.
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PSG writes to Spanish league head to protest attacks on club

After years of verbal attacks against its ownership and funding, Paris Saint-Germain’s leadership has had enough, writing to Spanish league president Javier Tebas to protest his “insulting and defamatory statements” about the Qatari-owned club, according to a letter obtained by The Associated Press. Tebas delivered some familiar broadsides on Tuesday...
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PSG & LFP hit back at La Liga president Javier Tebas over 'enemy' attack

Paris Saint-Germain have entered a war of words with La Liga president Javier Tebas, who accused the French giants of being an 'enemy' of football and 'as dangerous as the Super League.'. The Parisiens have not seen eye to eye with the Spanish league official for some time, after a...
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