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Thursday, January 27, 2022

‘Civil War’ in Real Madrid: Valdano calls to “mobilize against Floretino and his Superliga”

The ex-footballer and ex-coach Jorge Valdano invited to “mobilize” to stop the project of the Football Super League promoted by the president of the Real Madrid, Florentino Pérez, because, as he stated this Thursday in a talk at the CEU Cardenal Herrera University of Valencia, it could mean the “business” of some clubs and the “disappearance” of others.

We should mobilize so that the Super League does not go ahead. This competition will make its way as a global business for certain clubs and with the risk of disappearance of others with less budget”, He assured Jorge Valdano this Thursday.

Valdano highlighted that, unlike what happened in the Premier League with the possible creation of the Super league, “in Spain no one has raised their voices”. “Neither clubs nor the media have been mobilized. And we must be expectant”, He indicated.

The one who was coach of the Real Madrid and Valencia has also been affected by the climate of division that currently exists in the Valencian entity.

There is a divorce between the hobby, which represents the feeling, and the property, emotionally disconnected. This disagreement is the worst thing that could happen to Valencia right now ”, he said. For this reason, Valdano has valued the role of the players to abstract from this tension and has highlighted Gayá’s leadership, “capable of turning on the fans and his teammates”.

Likewise, the one who was World Champion with Argentina in the World Cup in Mexico’86 and player of the Real Madrid He has come out against the incorporation of a certain type of technology in the world of football. “VAR scares me, because it is invasive and it will distort football. With the VAR, injustice continues to exist in the parties, but now it is a scientific injustice”, He stressed.

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