Superleague, Serie declares war on Inter, Juventus and Milan

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ROME, ITALY - FEBRUARY 22: Lega Serie A President Paolo Dal Pino attends the FIGC Elective Assembly at Cavalieri Waldorf Astoria Hotel on February 21, 2021 in Rome, Italy. (Photo by Marco Rosi/Getty Images)

ELEVEN CLUBS ARE ASKING FOR PENALTIES AND DISQUALIFICATIONS FOR THE THREE CLUBS INVOLVED

The controversies related to the Superleague continue undaunted, this time the discussion concerns exclusively our home teams: according to what reported by La Repubblica, in fact, 11 Serie A clubs would have strongly taken a position against Inter, Juventus and Milan , the three Italian clubs who were supposed to compete in the new international competition.

Eleven clubs write to the Lega president to punish Inter, Juventus and Milan

According to the aforementioned newspaper, in fact, a large group of companies would have signed an indictment against the three “swipes” asking for sanctions to teams and managers , all addressed to the president of Lega Paolo Dal Pino: it would be Rome, Turin , Bologna, Genoa, Sampdoria, Sassuolo, Spezia, Benevento, Crotone, Parma and Cagliari . An urgent assembly is requested to deal precisely with delicate issues regarding what has been specified, all the more so considering that, apart from notices in the media, there has been no official act for the teams involved to exit the Superleague.

Lega Serie A, non-compact front against Inter, Juventus and Milan

The eleven clubs would be those who would have supported the entry of investment funds into a media company for Serie A, and not the assignment of TV rights to DAZN. No stance, however, at least until the moment, for Naples, Lazio, Fiorentina, Atalanta and Verona.

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