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Mega money is not the only thing that makes ball go round
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Mega money is not the only thing that makes ball go round

The fan revolt against Europe’s most powerful football clubs has been something to behold.

  • by Peter FitzSimons

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Soccer’s stupid own goal does not mean the game is over
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Soccer’s stupid own goal does not mean the game is over

European soccer fans have succeeded this time in their protest against rich owners who tried to take their game away. But history suggests this is not the end.

  • by Greg Baum
Super League in tatters as Inter, Atletico join England’s ‘big six’ in abandoning plan
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Super League in tatters as Inter, Atletico join England’s ‘big six’ in abandoning plan

Manchester City were the first of the 12 clubs involved in the breakaway league to confirm their exit from the project, which has imploded after a fierce backlash.

  • by Rob Harris
‘Grassroots revolt’: Reds legend sees silver lining in Super League storm

‘Grassroots revolt’: Reds legend sees silver lining in Super League storm

Australia’s Liverpool legend Craig Johnston has added his voice to the chorus of disgust against the Super League concept which has shocked world football – but he believes some good can come of it.

  • by Vince Rugari
Super League and Super Spurs? Leave me out ...
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Super League and Super Spurs? Leave me out ...

My dad first took me to White Hart Lane when I was a boy in the mid 1960s. I have followed Spurs ever since. But if they join this Super League, it’s farewell

  • by Michael Lynch
‘It would be a disaster’: Socceroos great slams European Super League

‘It would be a disaster’: Socceroos great slams European Super League

John Aloisi, the only Australian to play in La Liga, Serie A and the EPL, says the European Super League could ‘kill off’ domestic football in Europe.

  • by Dominic Bossi
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Why Europe’s Super League is happening, and why it’s bad for football
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Why Europe’s Super League is happening, and why it’s bad for football

This is a moment football fans have feared for decades, and has the potential to kill the special tension and romance at the heart of the entire sport.

  • by Vince Rugari
‘Relegate United, Liverpool and Arsenal’: Outrage as Europe’s richest clubs reveal Super League plan
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‘Relegate United, Liverpool and Arsenal’: Outrage as Europe’s richest clubs reveal Super League plan

In what would be the biggest shake-up of club football in a generation, a group of 12 elite European sides have announced plans for a breakaway league.

  • by Jeremy Wilson
UEFA looks for alternative as startup Sports Flick deal wavers

UEFA looks for alternative as startup Sports Flick deal wavers

A $60 million deal between a Sydney startup and the UEFA Champions League is in jeopardy.

  • by Zoe Samios and Vince Rugari
Real Madrid oust Liverpool, fifth time lucky for Guardiola’s City in quarters

Real Madrid oust Liverpool, fifth time lucky for Guardiola’s City in quarters

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool will finish the season without a trophy, while Pep Guardiola’s Man City side finally advanced to the semi-finals on the fifth attempt.

Mbappe stars as PSG beat Bayern, Chelsea take a big step

Mbappe stars as PSG beat Bayern, Chelsea take a big step

Kylian Mbappe scored twice in the win over the defending champions, while Chelsea were on song against Porto in the Champions League quarter-finals.