Disturbed season

Bayern Munich Striker Robert Lewandowski (left) Controls the ball against PSG Defender Presnel Kimpembein The Final League Champions in Lisbon, Portugal on August 23rd. Photo: IC

European football assembled against the chances of completing a delayed season at the Pandemic of Covid-19, but out of the field unit was more difficult to find as threats of swine and super Leagues caused Rancor in the match.

Competition across the continent arrested in March as the impact of the pandemic was felt, but by June, the national competitions were back across Europe – but without Fans and in “bio-security” stages controlled.

Liverpool won the title of the English league for the first FIn 30 years, while Bayern Munich won an eighth crown of right Bundesliga. Real MadridGagné their 34th Spanish league while Juventus won the series A for the ninth consecutive year.

France was the only major league unable to complete their domestic season, the Leaders Paris St-Germain said Champions.

The arrears of the luminaires left the European UEFA administration in a quote, as it had to complete the Champions League and deal with the issue of the expected tournament of the Euro 2020.

UEFA chose to complete its club competitions in mini-tournament formats while the euros were postponed until 2021.

The Champions League was finally concluded in August with an “end ofEight “formatted from Knockout to Lisbon, who has so successful that he has succeeded in UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin to say in Reuters he would like to repeat this format in the future – with fans.

An exceptional Bayern Munich was crowned European champions for the sixth time after defeating Paris St-Germain in the final, after crushing Lionel Messi and Barcelona 8-2 in an amazing neighborhood.

Spain’s Sevilla won the Europa League Tournament in Germany as UEFA succeeded in maintaining their dissemination and their satisfied trading partners by obtaining the completed season.

The impressive spirit of cooperation that saw players and clubs AcceTER flexibility and improvisation to avoid financial damage from unregulated seasons – and contracts – have not lasted a long time.

Domination, on the ground, European football by a whole elite clubs is nothing new, but it is now causing a thrust for more power and revolted of this small group .

The scenes behind the scenes of the “Big Six” of the Premier League arrived in October in October when radical projects of major changes in English football were made public.

“Big Picture project” called on the six largest clubs of the Premier League, as well as three other long-term members, to have given special voting rights that would make them effectivelyOrders of the most successful league in the world – and leave the rest as second class passengers.

The plan was accompanied by a “rescue package” for the Bas-League clubs and was returned by the President of the Rick Parry Football League and sold as a means of managing the financial problems face At the 72 clubs of the three divisions below the Premier League.

Critics have been collected in the proposal to reduce the size of the league from 20 to 18 years old and to give a greater share of the income and power of the best clubs, violating the model that has so well Served the Premier League since its training in 1992.

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However, the plan led to the Premier League engages a complete revision of the structures of the game and also showed that the big clubs are now ready to throw around their muscle.

The refusal of the smaller League clubs of the Premier League to accept the temporary allowance of five substitutes per game rather than three, designed to facilitate the burden of players dealing with congested luminaires, added to the voltage .

Liverpool Manager Juergen Klopp and Manchester City Boss Pep Guardiola have both dive from the failure of CLubs of Premier League to follow UEFA and many European leagues in this regard.

UEFA is also facing the pressure of elite clubs because it crosses the process of acceptance of the format and structure of the Champions League from 2024.

] Media reports suggest that some clubs still consider a Super Super League, although it remains to be seen if it’s something more than a negotiation tool in the negotiations.

One of the table options, which could satisfy the demand of some of these clubs for more European games, is the so-called Swiss model, which would see the group replaced by a “league” 32 clubs playing 10 games.

FIFA is also subject to a RANwith agents looking for new strict regulations on those who benefit from the transfer market. The most popular game in the world has managed to survive municipalities and empty stadiums, but sport money continues to ensure that there will be no shortage of conflicts, lawn wars and conflict over the next year.

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