The world of football entered a war with an uncertain ending where twelve teams of the most recognized and largest in Europe made the decision to make a league between them, parallel to UEFA and FIFA, called the European Super League. As a result of this, players from the different leagues of the Old Continent and from the clubs themselves have expressed themselves outright against this whole situation.
In the last hours, Marcelo Bielsa, Pep Guardiola, Ander Herrera, Mesut Özil, Toni Kroos, Harry Maguire, Thomas Tuchel, Aymeric Laporte among others, had already put their cry to the sky. But now more players from the world of football have joined against the new tournament. One of the most resonant that was expressed was Gerard Piqué.
The defender of Barcelona, one of the founding clubs, supported the fans of all the clubs that demonstrated for the creation of this competition. "Football belongs to the fans. Today more than ever," he picked up the glove on the social network Twitter.
Meanwhile, they also spoke out against the Portuguese Bruno Fernandes and Joao Cancelo, from Manchester United and City. The 10 of the Red Devils stated from his Instagram account, in one of his stories that "dreams cannot be bought" followed by a publication made by his compatriot Daniel Podence from Wolverhampton. This was imitated by the City player, speaking out against the upcoming tournament.
In addition, Lucas Digne, from Everton, tweeted: "Football is nothing without its fans", something similar to what Marcos Rashford did, with a clear message against the Super League. The weather's very hot in Europe and it seems that players, coaches and club presidents came together to continue supporting the current competitions. Everything indicates that the idea is gradually falling apart. But for now, the list of names against goes on and on...