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15 hours ago, Borodin said:

Perez is still convinced this Super League will happen :

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/56873448

As the saying goes, "Dream on". 

In my humble opinion, with their sneaky underhand way to get it off the ground, it has rebounded spectacularly. They have alerted the whole of the football clubs down to root level, the fans and the countries Governments. The only way it can happen now will never just be in the hands of a small group of clubs from here on. Those who oppose it cannot be walked over and will never allow it. 

COYS 

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Spurs Trust rejects Daniel Levy's offer of a meeting :

https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/football/tottenham-daniel-levy-meeting-resignation-b933138.html

https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11675/12296566/tottenham-fans-turn-down-daniel-levy-meeting-and-demand-replacement-of-executive-board

Totally agree that any fines imposed on Spurs in relation to this Super League fiasco should be paid by ENIC and nothing to do with the club's finances. Their mess so they can pay the cleaning bill.

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On 4/24/2021 at 9:28 PM, Borodin said:

Perez is still convinced this Super League will happen :

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/56873448

An interesting point.

Knowing nothing about international law, I don't know just how binding this is. If Perez has a point and some international law insists it goes ahead, if the 6 EPL clubs refuse to participate, there is no way they can be physically forced to do it. The only recourse then is to fine the clubs. What then if the clubs refuse to pay the fines. 

The more you think about it, Perez may think it is enforceable, the practicalities suggest it is not. What if the players refuse to play? You can't drag them on to the field and make them play. 

There maybe some fines in the mix, but I think Perez will have to admit the idea is dead and buried. If fans walk away from clubs that join a similar league in the future, the clubs will die - the idea has been tried, it failed and is unlikely to ever happen in my view. 

COYS 

 

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