Saturday, 19 October 2013

More On The European Super League

We have been informed that discussions have taken place about the UEFA European Super League (ESL) being a SUMMER TOURNAMENT.

This fits perfectly with a Qatar Winter World Cup and has less financial impact on the national association leagues and the English Premier League too.
Additionally it will allow a trickledown effect allowing Barcelona first team players to appear for the 'B' side, for example.

Starting in 2018/19, the only negative would appear to be the much-messed-around-with Euros of 2020 as such an extravaganza would mean a month window in the ESL season.

Or Euro 2020 could be moved to the winter too?

We are also being told that the mooted ESL2 for teams "rated" 21-40 in the power hierarchy will occur but at a later date.

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