The Super League is far from dead and its clubs have not given up on the idea of the breakaway competition despite having to shelve the project just a few days after it was announced.
The fan revolt against Europe’s most powerful football clubs has been something to behold.
- by Peter FitzSimons
European soccer fans have succeeded this time in their protest against rich owners who tried to take their game away. But history suggests this is not the end.
- by Greg Baum
Manchester City were the first of the 12 clubs involved in the breakaway league to confirm their exit from the project, which has imploded after a fierce backlash.
- by Rob Harris
Australia’s Liverpool legend Craig Johnston has added his voice to the chorus of disgust against the Super League concept which has shocked world football – but he believes some good can come of it.
- by Vince Rugari
John Aloisi, the only Australian to play in La Liga, Serie A and the EPL, says the European Super League could ‘kill off’ domestic football in Europe.
- by Dominic Bossi
This is a moment football fans have feared for decades, and has the potential to kill the special tension and romance at the heart of the entire sport.
- by Vince Rugari
‘Relegate United, Liverpool and Arsenal’: Outrage as Europe’s richest clubs reveal Super League plan
In what would be the biggest shake-up of club football in a generation, a group of 12 elite European sides have announced plans for a breakaway league.
- by Jeremy Wilson
A $60 million deal between a Sydney startup and the UEFA Champions League is in jeopardy.
- by Zoe Samios and Vince Rugari
Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool will finish the season without a trophy, while Pep Guardiola’s Man City side finally advanced to the semi-finals on the fifth attempt.