“Stigma” “Defining Greed” – Liverpool fans react to Europa League news
Posted On April 18, 2021
The news that Liverpool were included in the five “top six” clubs in England supporting the plans for the European Premier League has left much of the fan base in shock.
Several fans went to Twittersphere with the verbal equivalent of pitchfork and torches to criticize the club’s involvement.
According to a recent report from The Times, the new competition will theoretically enter the 2023/24 season.
Read more: Liverpool is one of the many elite clubs planning to join the breakaway league – report
Nevertheless, if UEFA clings to its threats, there is a strong possibility that Liverpool, among other interested parties, will be banned from future UEFA Champions League campaigns.
Part of the reason fans are so impressed by the current European top-tier competition so much has to do with this 11-letter word: “competition”.
If we want to get rid of the current form and allow elite teams to play it on a weekly basis without having to earn the right to face the best of clubs, let alone qualify to do so, then the whole basis of what makes European matches crumble is great.
The formation of the European Super League, in our view, would virtually involve pushing “competition” under the rug, dousing it in napalm, and lighting it all in a big fiery offensive to commemorate the sport’s death. .
You can catch some fan reactions below:
Shame – you don’t want our club to have any part of it – FSG can’t wait looking for dollar signals – the same “superpowers” who constantly play each other won’t work – look at the group phases of the CL … Intimacy breeds disdain The end ….
Playing the likes of Juventus, Barcelona and all the other big defenders one week a week is probably better than Burnley, Stokes and all the other malice who just want to sit deep and defend us and our tears. I’ll be with that.
The idea of creating the Europa League has always been inevitable once the number of petroleum-riches in the United States who have no allegiances with European football increases. I cannot see how the ban on these teams from domestic competition in the courts will hold.