Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Football Reporting
Football Reporting

Premier League

How should the Big 6 be punished? What action against breakaway Super League rebels?

The European Super League has been cast aside, thrown on the scrap heap and is no more – at least for now.

And with the threat gone and Florentino Perez nearly finished with his ranting we can all move on with our lives. Well, almost…

As for the Big Six, they now face a nervous wait to learn their fate after crossing football’s governors, with the Premier League and UEFA now weighing up a suitable punishment for them and the other member clubs of the ‘Dirty Dozen’.

Points deductions, relegations, removal from European competition, and transfer bans have all been among the ideas thrown into the hat for consideration.

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has fired an ominous warning to those involved, though did concede the Big Six may be looked upon favourably for dropping out of the running first.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

But how should they be punished for their actions? Have your say in the Mirror Football survey below.

Source link

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like

AC Milan

Following the clash between AC Milan and Lazio, which the former won 2-0, Noah Okafor spoke to the media about his performance. The Swiss...

La Liga

He was not a 9, he did not come as a 9, but Jude Bellingham is becoming a goal scorer at the level of...

AC Milan

Tijjani Reijnders was one of the key players for AC Milan in their 2-0 win against Lazio last night, named the MOTM by Gazzetta...

Manchester United

Jadon Sancho has been frozen out by Erik ten Hag at Manchester United but was pictured at their training ground whilst his fellow team-mates...