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Tuesday Sports in Brief

Daily Freeman 21 Apr 2021
Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham throughout Tuesday evening deserted the proposal to launch a largely-closed midweek competition amid an escalating backlash from their supporters and warnings from the British government that legislation could be introduced to thwart it.- Advertisement -.
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Man City, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid to join Chelsea in planning to withdraw from European Super League

Metro UK 20 Apr 2021
Manchester City, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid are the latest founding members planning to withdraw their membership from the European Super League ... Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City, Tottenham, Liverpool, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, ... Advertisement. Advertisement.
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Real Madrid president Florentino Perez rubbishes Uefa’s threats over European Super League and slams Aleksander Ceferin

Metro UK 20 Apr 2021
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has defended the creation of a European Super League and says it will ‘save football’, while he dismissed the possibility of Uefa imposing sanctions on the 12 breakaway clubs ... Advertisement. Advertisement ... ‘Real Madrid, Manchester City and Chelsea will not be banned from the Champions League or domestic leagues.
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‘It is not sport’: Pep Guardiola blasts European Super League plans

Metro UK 20 Apr 2021
Advertisement. Advertisement ... Advertisement. Advertisement ... Chelsea, Man City and Madrid 'to be expelled from Champions League' claims Uefa ExCo chief.
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Spain court bans UEFA, FIFA from acting against Super League

The Record 20 Apr 2021
MADRID (AP) — A Spanish judge on ... Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez will be the chairman of the controversial breakaway league, which has 11 other founding teams including fellow Spanish clubs Barcelona and Atlético Madrid.- Advertisement -.
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Florentino Perez insists Super League contract is 'binding' as he plays down threat of bans

The Daily Telegraph 20 Apr 2021
Florentino Perez, the Real Madrid president, has claimed clubs are locked into the new European Super League and cannot be banned from other competitions ... "Real Madrid, Manchester City and Chelsea, and the other clubs of the Super League, will not be banned from the Champions League or domestic leagues, 100 per cent ... Advertisement.
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Soccer newsletter: Has the European Super League come to save club soccer or bury it?

The Los Angeles Times 20 Apr 2021
Advertisement ... Advertisement ... Advertisement ... Advertisement ... Advertisement ... If the six English teams were expelled from the Premier League, the EPL would collapse and La Liga’s broadcast revenue would evaporate overnight without Barcelona and the two Madrid teams ... Advertisement ... Advertisement ... Advertisement ... Advertisement ... Advertisement.
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‘This is what is profitable’: Florentino Perez says Super League created to save soccer

Indian Express 20 Apr 2021
The president of Real Madrid, one of the 12 clubs behind the breakaway competition that would compete with the Champions League, said there was a campaign by those who would “lose their privileges” because of the Super League to make make the concept look bad ... Real Madrid. Advertisement ... Advertisement ... Advertisement ... Advertisement.
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Atletico Madrid increase lead in La Liga after Real Madrid draws

Indian Express 19 Apr 2021
After seeing rivals gradually cut into its lead, Atletico Madrid finally got some breathing room at the top of the Spanish league on Sunday. Atletico ended its winless run by routing last-place Eibar 5-0, then saw city rival Real Madrid held 0-0 by Getafe ... Madrid had moved within a point of the lead after beating Barcelona in the previous round.
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European soccer split as 12 clubs launch breakaway league

Daily Freeman 19 Apr 2021
The moves to quit the existing structures in an apparent grab for more money and power include Real Madrid, Barcelona and the American owners of Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United ... Real Madrid president Florentino Perez would be the founding chairman of the SL, which it said “is intended to commence as soon as practicable.".
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Super League informs UEFA of legal action to force breakaway

Daily Freeman 19 Apr 2021
leagues — a model they are trying to replicate in Europe.- Advertisement -. UEFA warned the Super League clubs, including Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus, that legal action would be taken against them and said they would be barred from existing domestic competitions like the Spanish league, the Premier League and international competitions.
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Getafe 0-0 Real Madrid: Zinedine Zidane's injury-hit side lose ground on leaders Atletico Madrid in ...

The Daily Mail 18 Apr 2021
Real Madrid lost ground on Atletico Madrid in a tight LaLiga title race after they could only manage a 0-0 draw against relegation-threatened Getafe at the Coliseum Alfonso Pérez on Sunday evening ... Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane saw his side lose ground in the tight LaLiga title race ... Real Madrid left with just 12 fit senior outfield players...
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MATCHDAY: Spectators return to English stadium for FA Cup SF

The Oneida Daily Dispatch 17 Apr 2021
Fulham is seven points from safety as it faces midtable Arsenal.- Advertisement - ... After failing to win its last two games, Atlético Madrid must beat last-place Eibar at home to ensure it stays top of the Spanish league ... Second-place Real Madrid, which trails Atlético by one point, crosses the Spanish capital to face Getafe.
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Rivaldo backs Real Madrid to end Chelsea’s Champions League run ahead of semi-final clash

Metro UK 16 Apr 2021
Rivaldo has made his prediction for the Real Madrid v Chelsea Champions League semi-final (Picture ... Rivaldo expects Real Madrid to reach the Champions League final at the expense of Chelsea because of their ‘experience’ and ‘know-how’ at this level ... Advertisement. Advertisement ... Advertisement. Advertisement.
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Makeshift defense comes through for Madrid in decisive games

Daily Freeman 15 Apr 2021
MADRID (AP) — One by one, Real Madrid defenders started going down ... Madrid’s depleted defense would have to go against the English club's prolific attack to try to protect a 3-1 win from last week's first leg.- Advertisement - ... “The players always want more and the team always shows that character,” Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said.

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