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La Liga in danger from proposed 'European Super League': Tebas

Independent Online Desk/ Marca
La Liga in danger from proposed 'European Super League': Tebas
LaLiga president Javier Tebas

LaLiga Santander president Javier Tebas has given his opinion on the proposed creation of a European Super League.

He spoke of possible issues to the footballing calendar, women's football, the new agreement, which would need to be signed in the event of it being approved and most importantly the negative consequences that it would have on Spanish football.

There has been plenty of controversy over the new competition in the last few weeks with the large majority of clubs appearing to be against its creation.

"The proposed plans for the Super League put LaLiga in serious jeopardy," Javier Tebas said."It will change the entire way in which European football will work."

500 million euros will go to those clubs who are competing in the competition and before we know it, there will be an unsalvageable disparity of wealth between the elite clubs and the rest.

"It is essential that the AFE (Spanish Footballers Association) is aware that if there is less income, player's wages will be affected."When asked about the new, revised format of the Copa del Rey, Tebas was unequivocal in his response.

"The new Copa del Rey format already existed and it failed," he stated.LaLiga Santander's president spoke about the prospect of teams having to play matches on Monday nights, just like in the Premier League.

"There will definitely be Monday night football from next season onwards," he said."Everything has been agreed and signed."The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) could have refused, but they didn't.

"No team will play more than twice at home on a Monday and even the bigger teams will have to play on Monday nights, just like they do in England."

Some concern has been raised over playing matches in certain parts of Spain where it might be deemed too hot to play.

"Seville is forecast to be 24 degrees," Tebas said."World Cups have been played in 36 degree heat so there is no maximum temperature at which a match can be played."

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