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Chelsea a special case, a political situation, says LaLiga chief Javier Tebas on turmoil at Premier League club
LaLiga president Javier Tebas expressed confidence in their strict checks to avoid fate such as Chelsea's falling on a Spanish club.
The Spanish league is the first of the top five football leagues to sign a major NFT partnership, according to Sorare, which has Griezmann as an investor and Gerard Pique as an strategic adviser.
LaLiga: Real Madrid deny reports saying club 'studied the option' of leaving Spanish football to join Premier League
"In view of the information published today by the newspaper Mundo Deportivo, where it is said that our club has studied the option of leaving La Liga for the Premier League, Real Madrid wishes to make it clear that this information is completely false, as well as being absurd and impossible," said a Real Madrid statement.
Lionel Messi joined Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain after 21 years with Barcelona. But why did it come to a position where the Spanish club couldn't keep him any longer?
The exact capacity allowed in each stadium will be determined by regional authorities, with some restrictions still possible, especially in the north of Spain.
LaLiga chief Javier Tebas attacked Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus presidents for their role in the European Super League.
The deal is the most lucrative television deal by a US broadcaster for an overseas football league, eclipsing the $1 billion paid by NBC for rights to broadcast the English Premier League.
European Super League: No immediate sanctions for Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, says LaLiga boss Javier Tebas
"They spent planning this league for years, and in a span of 48 hours, it has dissolved like a lump of sugar. The Super League is gone. If it was so good for football, they wouldn’t have done it behind our backs," LaLiga boss Javier Tebas said.
Florentino Perez last week began his sixth term as Real Madrid president. He helped the club recover from its own financial problems when he first arrived in 2000. Now he feels it’s football in general that needs his help.
Six Premier League teams - Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham - are involved, alongside Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Juventus, Inter Milan and AC Milan.
Spanish league president Javier Tebas was picked by European Leagues, the 30-nation group said on Monday, as its delegate to sit on the decision-making committee.
Valencia reacted angrily to Cala's press conference, releasing a statement later on Tuesday entitled: "Juan Cala, we don't believe you."
LaLiga investigating Valencia's claim that Mouctar Diakhaby was racially abused, Javier Tebas confirms
"We are already carrying out an internal investigation with the videos and images of the game we have to clarify what happened," said Tebas.
LaLiga: Spanish clubs suffer 2 billion euro loss of earnings due to COVID-19 pandemic, says league report
For the current season, LaLiga estimates a shortfall of 1.647 billion euros based on the 5.269 billion initially expected, representing a loss of 31 percent for Spain's top two divisions.
LaLiga chief Javier Tebas accuses FIFA president Gianni Infantino of supporting European Super League
Documents containing details of the Super League, first reported this month by British newspaper The Times, proposed a 20-club tournament with 15 permanent members.
LaLiga: ‘Not worried about Barcelona’s financial crisis,’ says league president Javier Tebas as club inches towards bankruptcy
“Big clubs like Barcelona are in heavy debts because they depend on revenues from ticketing and museums, something that they just couldn't generate last year. However, even in the case of Barca, the situation is not as bad as some headlines suggest," Tebas said.
LaLiga head Javier Tebas says Real Madrid behind Josep Bartomeu’s European Super League announcement
The league president said Bartomeu, who resigned along with his board of directors on Tuesday, has been following the ideas of Real Madrid in recent years.
LaLiga opener rescheduled as league and Spanish football federation clash over matches on Fridays and Mondays
LaLiga was set to begin with a match between Granada and Athletic Bilbao on Friday night, but the federation forced the game to be moved to the weekend because it opposes matches on Mondays and Fridays.
Spain’s secretary for sport Irene Lozano and LaLiga president Javier Tebas have categorically ruled out fans returning to matches before the end of this season to minimise the risk of the novel coronavirus spreading.
La Liga said its biggest audience bounce came in Africa, where it received a 73 percent boost in viewers.