UEFA opens disciplinary cases against Super League rebel clubs


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Ban them all from competitions for two years, both domestic and European.

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Not sure why everyone is against it. UEFA are expanding the champions league and weakening the competition. If they ban these 3 teams it'll be even more of a joke. Shame on the other clubs for giving up so easily.

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Pathetic slap on the wrists for the other clubs as well.

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Fortunately the Super League has been a complete failure. Unfortunately it leaves UEFA in a position of increased strength, and they are a loathesome organization.

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One reason why SL came up was because of UEFA and FIFA. They are like bullies, they hold too much power and do what they want. At first I was so against SL but right now I somehow hope the remaining 3 clubs would win the legal battle against the 2 big bullies, even though I hate that 3 clubs.

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