The European Super League is no longer a mere speculation. Since Sunday's announcement, many across the globe have reacted to decision made by some top clubs. Some are already calling for these clubs to be eliminated from their respective leagues. In this article, we would take a look at how the tables would look without the so called big clubs.
Let us start with the premier league. The clubs that joined the Super leagues includes; Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City, Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham. Removing these clubs from the current table, we would have Leicester topping the table. Here is how it would look.
The likes of West Ham, Everton and Leeds would also be taking part in the UEFA Champions League next season. The Premier League board can also decide to remove the matches each club had played with the so called big clubs. If it is done this way, the new table would look like this.
West Ham would be the winners of the Premier League for the first time in their history. And if is the other way round, Leicester would likely win the league.
In the Spanish Laliga, clubs like Real Madrid, Barcelona and Athletico Madrid have already signed up for the new Super League. Removing these big giants from the league, the new table would look like this.
Sevilla would definitely be crowned the Champions this season. The likes of Villarreal, Real Betis and Real Sociedad would play in the champions league next season.
The clubs that joined the Super League in Seria A includes; Juventus, AC Milan and Inter Milan. Removing them from the league would place Atalanta in the best position to win the league. This is how the table would look like.
If this is also carried out in the Champions League, PSG would be crowned Champions for the very first time in their history.
Do you think the big clubs should be eliminated from the league this season? Or is the punishment too harsh? Drop your comments.
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