Six teams pull out of European Super League – HEDGE accordingly
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New York Daily News

It was ostensibly created to “save football” but has been scrapped after the surrounding controversy threatened instead to tear it apart. Plans for a European Super League comprising 12 soccer teams were ditched on Tuesday after massive pushback by everyone from grassroots fans to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The venture lasted barely two days after being announced on Sunday, when Europe’s top dozen soccer clubs said they would form a breakaway league with their own competitive structure, in a deal worth about $6.4 billion. Six of the most prominent English Premier League teams agreed to…

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