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The president of LaLiga criticized Florentino Pérez and accuses him of damaging the reputation of the tournament

Lima, December 5, 2021Updated on 12/05/2021 06:56 pm

Javier Tebas, president of LaLiga, has problems again with Florentino Pérez, president of Real Madrid. Tebas decided to send a letter to Spanish soccer clubs, indicating that they should not let Pérez’s attempts to boycott initiatives that seek the collective growth of the First Division tournament pass.

The letter consists of five pages, where Tebas criticized Florentino Pérez, due to the ‘Sustainable Project’ (together with Barcelona and Athletic Club), an alternative to the plan proposed by LaLiga together with CVC Capital Partners.

“LThe accusation of legal fraud is the constant argument of Real Madrid since the Assembly of June 19, 2015″. Since then, each growth initiative, each proposal to improve, has been systematically prosecuted by Real Madrid. And it is also systematically unauthorized in the courts as it has been materialized in almost 40 judicial resolutions that, far from weakening LaLiga’s position, have reinforced it and paradoxically thanks to the ‘litigious effort’ of Real Madrid“Writes Thebes.

To this must be added his lack of respect and disloyalty shown not only against LaLiga but also against the rest of the clubs by failing to comply with the rules approved by all the clubs aimed at the growth and development of the competition. His personal Super League project or this latest maneuver of the sustainable project are stones that he puts on the path of common growth because he is not interested in a stronger League. It goes against your personal projects“Added Thebes.

It ends with the paragraph: “To this must be added his lack of respect and disloyalty shown not only against LaLiga but also against the rest of the clubs by failing to comply with the rules approved by all the clubs aimed at the growth and development of the competition.”.

In Spain there is much debate because some believe that the plan proposed by the three aforementioned clubs does not economically favor all teams. Some call it ‘class struggle’.

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