Real Madrid’s strong involvement in the just collapsed Super League Proposal opened them to a possible UCL ban
But the side were prone to been asked out of the competition considering how hard they pushed for the establishment of the proposed new league.
The UEFA decided to meet earlier today and decide fates of both Real Madrid and other clubs that pulled out of the UCL in quest for the ESL.
It also was revealed that most of the clubs involved were enticed into the deal without proper explanations of what was at stake.
- Florentino Perez admits Real Madrid Management switch never solved issues
- Didier Drogba Reacts To Failed European Super League
- Breaking: Man United To Hand Sir Alex Ferguson Major Role After ESL Saga
Neither were they properly briefed with the modus operandi which has left many fans agitating against the betrayal from their owners.
While Juventus have seen their head left the club due to pressure from the outside. Manchester United’s Ed Woodward has also used the exit door after so much wailing from the fans to see him depart from the club.
Another hit suffered from the ESL saga was seeing Jose Mourinho fired as he was rumored to have refused to take his boys to training after learning of Spurs’ involvement in the less competitive league.
But it’s now of a pity that all these happenings may have just come by in vain and those who lost their jobs have lost in vain.
Trusts lost are now in vain and fans will find it hard growing that trust again unless ownerships are switched.
Reason being UEFA resolved to not serve any punishment to any of the involved clubs.
Neither Real Madrid nor other involved clubs would face penalties.
This leave the UCL the way it was before the ESL saga and that is Los Blancos taking up the Blues on Tuesday while Manchester City will take on Paris Saint German on Wednesday.
For more stories, kindly visit our Home Page.