Geez and I thought the A-league had problems.It may have looked like a bargaining chip at first, but the European Super League seems like it may really be happening. So what do we know about this new competition that has sparked such an intense backlash?www.abc.net.au
From England: Manchester United, Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham.
From Spain: Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid.
And from Italy: Juventus, Inter Milan and AC Milan.
As yet, no team from France or Germany has signed on, meaning teams like Paris St Germain and Bayern Munich remain on UEFA's good side.
There are still three more spots left to be filled among the "founding clubs", with five more teams (for a total of 20) also joining each year depending on their results from the previous season.
The European Super League released a statement on Sunday night confirming the involvement of 12 clubs in the new competition which has been condemned by Uefa and the Premier Leaguewww.theguardian.com