The announcement of the possible emergence of the European Super League continues to cause a stir in world football, from threats from FIFA to anger from rivals over the non-existent possibility of qualification; only the so-called large will be part of the competition.
For this reason, yesterday afternoon, the Leeds fans protested outside the stadium with banners that took the creation of this tournament as the death of football and they also waved a flag with a strong message: “Love for the working class game, ruined by greed and corruption“
After this commotion, all eyes were on the Premier League match between the team led by Marcelo Bielsa and Liverpool, which is one of the clubs that will compete in that contest, and the players -for the pride of the fans- will not they stayed behind.
When they came out onto the pitch, they surprised with the T-shirts that the representatives of this humble institution in the north of England were wearing. “Earn it”; “Soccer is for the fans”Said the garment that the footballers wore, demonstrating rebellion against power and love of the ball at its best.
Now, we are all waiting for the message from the Argentine coach, from the Loco Bielsa.