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Barcelona president Joan Laporta on Thursday said plans to create a European Super League were “progressing” and expected a favourable court ruling for the breakaway competition fiercely opposed by UEFA and FIFA.
European football was rocked in 2021 by an attempt by 12 clubs to set up a Super League, but after a backlash by fans and governments, most pulled out of the project.
Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus have continued to insist on a potential Super League, despite disapproval from various quarters.
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