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European Super League: David Seaman “in shock” and calls on the organizers to listen to the “great football players” | World news

Former Arsenal and England goalkeeper David Seaman said he was “still in shock” at proposals to form a European Super League and called on his organizers to listen to “football’s great players. “.

Premier League ‘Big Six’ clubs have faced a backlash after proposals for a breakaway tournament.

“When you come out of the Premier League top six it takes away all the passion because when you watch the Premier League it’s been brilliant for a long time and doesn’t really need to change,” Seaman told Sky News.

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said his opinion of a European Super League had not changed since he opposed the idea two years ago.

“It’s just something I don’t like, I don’t like the sound and I really don’t want to happen.”

There has been widespread anger over the failure of one of the wealthy foreign owners of the clubs involved to come forward to justify the plan, with accusations he was motivated by greed.

Seaman said, “These guys are really good businessmen. I’m sure they’re just dipping their toes in the water to see what kind of reaction they’ve had. I’m sure that’s it. is 100 times worse than they ever thought. “

He said organizers should listen to “football greats” such as Jurgen Klopp and Arsene Wenger who have spoken out against the plans.

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