UEFA has dropped its legal proceedings against against Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus over proposed European Super League, declaring it "null and void". Here are 5 things you should know about the case;
1, UEFA was forced to drop the disciplinary process against Super League, under pressure from Spanish judge. The judge had threatened the UEFA president with criminal proceedings, if they had continued with case.
2, UEFA says it does not recognise jurisdiction of the Madrid court that issued the ruling, but agreed they are complying with the order issued by another judge in April. They also expect judge to step aside while, the motion for him to be recused is heard.
3 Parts of the case have also already been referred to the European Court of Justice. Some officials were frustrated that judgements have already appeared on the judge’s website before they even received paperwork. Similar act happened with Swiss judge who was investigating Infantino
4, UEFA dropping legal action against Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus over European Super League, means the nine clubs that were initially involved, (Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Man City, Man United and Tottenham), will no longer have to pay any fines.
5, UEFA has warned that European Super League still an "existential threat".
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