Why Instituting a European Super League Would Be the End of Football.

Lionel Messi after the historical 8–2 defeat against Bayern Munchen in the last Champions League. Source: FC Barcelona

The idea of changing things in European football has been there for quite a few time now. Since the late ’90s, it pops up every now and then, with managers, presidents, and former players advocating for a new competition to replace the Champions League.

The debate around a potential new formula has been on the news lately, as the hypothesis of a…

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