Liverpool’s German manager Jurgen Klopp said he feels that league football is completely fine as it is.
A European super league with no relegation for its 11 founding members would have no sporting integrity for a start, let alone the sheer greed and arrogance of the idea. That’s a private members’ club not a proper competition. No risk, no drama, no credibility. No thanks.
— Henry Winter (@henrywinter) November 3, 2018
Problem with a European Super League is that it will lead to a European Super-Super League & so on until all that's left is Real Madrid & Barcelona playing each other 40 times a season. And being the idiots we are, football fans will pay some broadcaster £60 a month to watch it.
— Sachin Nakrani (@SachinNakrani) November 2, 2018
Can’t imagine one match going football fan that would ever in a million years want a European Super League.
If it ever happens we may as well all call it a day with football. This isn’t a computer game, it’s years of history. It’s the whole fabric of the sport.
— John Bennett (@JohnBennettBBC) November 2, 2018