Javier Tebas, the outspoken LaLiga president of LaLiga stated that Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain are ‘playthings of state’ and needs to be thrown out of European competition for breaching Financial Fair Play rules.
Javier became decisive over the lack of regulations from Uefa. In fact, Javier who ran Spanish football’s top league for the last six years even cautioned the English clubs that they are making a grave mistake if they supported a suggested new European Super League as it would be ruining the domestic football. However, his fiercest criticism was stored for Manchester City as well as PSG. He added that both these clubs are placing the total football industry at risk due to their methods and immense spending. Manchester City by increasing the player prices with the help of their state-sponsored cash reserves.
He further added that football is not remaining a sport anymore. It’s no longer an industry. It is likely becoming a toy, the toy of a state. And when it’s a pastime, kids start playing with other kids. This, in turn, ruins the entire system.
Actually the origin of this total problem with the Super League is the grandiosity effect that Manchester City and PSG have developed across the entire of Europe because the other clubs in Europe want money to contend with the guys
Last week, Manchester City reacted angrily after a Uefa probe into accusations of financial fair play irregularities that may lead to a Champions League ban, was sent for a final judgement at the governing body. He stated that he was in favor of a new system across Europe that might level the playing field.