1. Super League six agree to £22 mn Premier League fine  BeSoccer EN
  2. UEFA suspend disciplinary proceedings against Barcelona for Super League involvement  Barca Blaugranes
  3. Michel Platini hits out at Aleksander Ceferin: "The people and the media did what UEFA couldn't; unite the clubs"  Football Espana
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The six rebel English clubs that signed up to the European Super League have reached a financial settlement with the Premier League worth a combined £22 million ( million), the league said on Wednesday.The six rebel English clubs that signed up to the European Super League have reached a financial settlement with the Premier League worth a combined £22 million ( million), the league said on Wednesday.

Super League six agree to £22 mn Premier League fine

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UEFA suspend disciplinary proceedings against Barcelona for Super League involvement - Barca Blaugranes

It’s been a traumatic season, but no event has shaken the European game’s tree more than the controversial and much-despised plan for a Super League. Real Madrid and Juventus appear the architects, with nine other clubs, including Atletico Madrid and Barcelona, also involved. The six English clubs, Atletico and the two other Italian clubs have […]

Michel Platini hits out at Aleksander Ceferin: "The people and the media did what UEFA couldn't; unite the clubs" - Football Espana

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The Premier League summer transfer window is now officially OPEN. But when is deadline day? What about the rest of Europe? And who are the big names on the move?The Premier League summer transfer window is now officially OPEN. But when is deadline day? What about the rest of Europe? And who are the big names on the move?

The Premier League transfer window is OPEN: But when is deadline day? Who could be on the move? | Daily Mail Online

Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Man City, Man Utd and Spurs will pay a combined sum of £22m to the Premier League; 'Big Six' reach settlement over plan to join failed Super League in April; clubs will face heavy fines and points deductions if they sign up to similar plans in futureArsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Man City, Man Utd and Spurs will pay a combined sum of £22m to the Premier League; 'Big Six' reach settlement over plan to join failed Super League in April; clubs will face heavy fines and points deductions if they sign up to similar plans in future

European Super League: 'Big Six' clubs to pay £22m settlement to Premier League over failed breakaway plot | Football News | Sky Sports

The six English clubs agreed to play in the much-maligned, breakaway European Super League and will now have pay a combined £20m to draw a line under the issueThe six English clubs agreed to play in the much-maligned, breakaway European Super League and will now have pay a combined £20m to draw a line under the issue

Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea financial punishment over European Super League fiasco revealed - football.london

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European football's governing body release statement on trio.European football's governing body release statement on trio.

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FSG will continue to pay for Super League fallout.

Liverpool and 5 other English clubs discover sanction from Premier League - Liverpool FC - This Is Anfield

Former Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho admits he was aware of Super League breakaway plans.Mourinho was sacked by Tottenham around the same time as the Super LeaguFormer Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho admits he was aware of Super League breakaway plans.Mourinho was sacked by Tottenham around the same time as the Super Leagu

Ex-Spurs boss Mourinho: Fans response to Super League had me emotional - Tribal Football

Chelsea and the other 5 Premier League clubs who signed up to the European Super League earlier this year have had their punishment agreed by the English top flight’s governing body. 🚨 BREAKING🚨 The six English clubs which signed up to the now-abandoned European Super League project earlier this year have agreed to pay a

Chelsea and other Super League teams agree punishment package » Chelsea News

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As expected there has been consequences given to the clubs which were involved in the prospective plans for a Super League.As expected there has been consequences given to the clubs which were involved in the prospective plans for a Super League.

Glazers & Kroenkes to pay £20m Super League fine for Man Utd & Arsenal

Liverpool will reportedly be fined over £3m, with the 'big six' sides involved set to "pay a combined sum of just over £20m" to the Premier League.Liverpool will reportedly be fined over £3m, with the 'big six' sides involved set to "pay a combined sum of just over £20m" to the Premier League.

Liverpool will face huge points deduction with second ESL try

Gary Neville has reacted on Twitter to the breaking news regarding the European Super League and the punishments for the likes of Arsenal, Tottenham and...

‘Absolute embarrassment’: Gary Neville reacts to news regarding Liverpool, Arsenal & Levy

Sky Deutschland has renewed its deal for exclusive media rights to the English Premier League in Germany and Austria, as well as exclusive German-language…Sky Deutschland has renewed its deal for exclusive media rights to the English Premier League in Germany and Austria, as well as exclusive German-language rights in Switzerland, for a further three…

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Arsenal and the other English European Super League rebels will issue a public apology this week, via the Premier League, as the details of the fine they will have to pay are set to be revealed.Arsenal and the other English European Super League rebels will issue a public apology this week, via the Premier League, as the details of the fine they will have to pay are set to be revealed.

£10.3m in fines: Arsenal's Super League punishment

Arsenal and the other English European Super League rebels will issue a public apology this week, via the Premier League, as the details of the fine they will have to pay are set to be revealed.Arsenal and the other English European Super League rebels will issue a public apology this week, via the Premier League, as the details of the fine they will have to pay are set to be revealed.

£10.3m in fines: Arsenal's Super League punishment

Future breakaway moves will be met with a £25million fine and a 30-point deduction.Future breakaway moves will be met with a £25million fine and a 30-point deduction.

‘Big six’ face hefty punishment if they attempt Super League project again | The Independent

Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham and the two Manchester clubs will pay £22m between them as part of a settlement with the Premier League over their attempt to join the proposed European Super LeagueArsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham and the two Manchester clubs will pay £22m between them as part of a settlement with the Premier League over their attempt to join the proposed European Super League

Six English ESL breakaway clubs agree to pay £22m to grassroots causes | European Super League | The Guardian

The six Premier League clubs involved in the breakaway ESL project have each been handed a £20m fine.The Premier League clubs originally involved in plans to form a breakaway European Super League received confirmation of their punishment on Wednesday, with all

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Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham are said to have agreed to huge fines and points deductions should they try to join European Super League plans in futureArsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham are said to have agreed to huge fines and points deductions should they try to join European Super League plans in future

Premier League clubs who made European Super League breakaway 'agree to £20m fine' - Daily Star

The six rebel clubs received far more lenient penalties than were initially proposed by the Premier League.The six rebel clubs received far more lenient penalties than were initially proposed by the Premier League.

Premier League decides on punishment for Manchester United and Man City over Super League - Manchester Evening News

Manchester United and the other English clubs involved in the European Super League will have to fork out over £20 million in fines.English clubs including Manchester United handed £20 million-plus fine for Super League debacle According to The Athletic, Manchester United and the other English clubs involved in the European Super League will have to fork out over £20million in fines. The 12-team Super League was announced last April amidst widespread criticism. While all six English clubs […]

Manchester United handed £20million fine for Super League debacle

Manchester United and the other English clubs involved in the European Super League will have to fork out over £20 million in fines.Manchester United and the other English clubs involved in the European Super League will have to fork out over £20 million in fines.

Manchester United handed £20million fine for Super League debacle

The six English clubs that signed up to the breakaway European Super League earlier this year have agreed to pay 20 million pounds ($28 million) as part of a settlement with the Premier LeagueThe six English clubs that signed up to the breakaway European Super League earlier this year have agreed to pay 20 million pounds ($28 million) as part of a settlement with the Premier League

'Premier League Big Six reach settlement over Super League' | SuperSport – Africa’s source of sports video, fixtures, results and news

The top flight ruled on Tottenham's decision to join the breakaway Super League, fining them and the other transgressors a combined £22 million. The Premier League has ruled on Tottenham's decision to join the breakaway Super League, fining them and the other five transgressors a combined £...

Tottenham Super League penalty trivial compared to main punishment

UEFA has suspended legal action against Super League rebels Real Madrid, Juventus and Barcelona, who were among the clubs that attempted launching a breakaway league.UEFA has suspended legal action against Super League rebels Real Madrid, Juventus and Barcelona, who were among the clubs that attempted launching a breakaway league.

UEFA Suspend Legal Action Against Super League Rebels Juventus, Barcelona, Real Madrid | Football News

But don’t do it again!But don’t do it again!

Premier League hand down slap on the wrist for Super League Six, and a few threats - We Ain't Got No History

Neville previously slammed Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham, saying all six clubs should be "ashamed" of trying to breakaway from English footballNeville previously slammed Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham, saying all six clubs should be "ashamed" of trying to breakaway from English football

Gary Neville hits nail on the head with reaction to European Super League punishment - Mirror Online

Chelsea have been fined following their involvement in the breakaway European Super League last month.Chelsea have been fined following their involvement in the breakaway European Super League last month.

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Football365 - The six clubs will pay a combined £20million as part of a settlement with the Premier League.Football365 - The six clubs will pay a combined £20million as part of a settlement with the Premier League.

Premier League sextet hit with European Super League fine

The three clubs won’t be banned from the Champions League any time soon.The three clubs won’t be banned from the Champions League any time soon.

UEFA suspend disciplinary proceedings against Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus - Managing Madrid

The six Premier League clubs who announced European Super League plans have agreed to pay a combined £22million settlement fine.The six Premier League clubs who announced European Super League plans have agreed to pay a combined £22million settlement fine.

Liverpool, Man Utd among Big Six clubs given huge combined ESL fine

Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham will reportedly face huge punishments if they ever try to join another breakaway project like the failed European Super League. The big six of English football were recently joined by the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus in trying to form a new Super League, […]

Super League punishments from Premier League

LONDON, June 9 — The six English clubs that said they would join the European Super League will pay a combined £22 million (RM128 million) as “a gesture of goodwill” and face a 30-point deduction if they attempt a similar move in future, the Premier League said today. Arsenal, Chelsea,...LONDON, June 9 — The six English clubs that said they would join the European Super League will pay a combined £22 million (RM128 million) as “a gesture of goodwill” and face a 30-point deduction if they attempt a similar move in future, the Premier League said today. Arsenal, Chelsea,...

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UEFA suspend disciplinary proceedings against Juventus, Real Madrid and Barcelona - Black & White & Read All Over

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European Super League rebels have been fined £3.6m after Everton majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri called for a points deductionEuropean Super League rebels have been fined £3.6m after Everton majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri called for a points deduction

Farhad Moshiri and Everton ignored as embarrassing European Super League truth shown - Sam Carroll - Liverpool Echo

The Premier League have announced £22m in fines for the six sides who tried to join the controversial European Super LeagueThe Premier League have announced £22m in fines for the six sides who tried to join the controversial European Super League

European Super League - Six English clubs fined £22m by Premier League over failed breakaway plans - Eurosport

The Premier League hhasave confirmed that the ‘Big Six’ rebel clubs who signed up to the failed European Super League will be fined a collective £22million. Arsenal, Tottenham, Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City and Liverpool have all “reaffirmed” their commitment to the Premier League, and have been threatened with fines of £25m and 30-point deductions should a similar breakaway attempt be made in the future. The initial fine, of less than £4m per club, is set to go towards the “good of the game” according to the Premier League, but has been criticised by supporters and government for being too small.The Premier League hhasave confirmed that the ‘Big Six’ rebel clubs who signed up to the failed European Super League will be fined a collective £22million. Arsenal, Tottenham, Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City and Liverpool have all “reaffirmed” their commitment to the Premier League, and have been threatened with fines of £25m and 30-point deductions should a similar breakaway attempt be made in the future. The initial fine, of less than £4m per club, is set to go towards the “good of the game” according to the Premier League, but has been criticised by supporters and government for being too small.

Premier League ‘Big Six’ to pay £22m over European Super League plans; threat of future points deductions

The Premier League will dish out their fine for each club involved in the Super League plans soon. It's one that shouldn't cost Liverpool anything,The Premier League will dish out their fine for each club involved in the Super League plans soon. It's one that shouldn't cost Liverpool anything,

Why the Premier League's Super League fine won't affect Liverpool