The three major European clubs announced in a message on their websites that a court in Madrid had ruled that UEFA should immediately halt all actions against them.
“Including all disciplinary actions against these three signatory clubs and the lifting of all fines and restrictions imposed on the other nine clubs.”
For example, clubs participating in the Premier League had to pay a £22m “compensation fine” and threatened to deduct 30 points. In Italy, teams that have participated in the Premier League will be expelled from Serie A.
The three clubs also said, “We are happy that we will not be subject to constant threats from UEFA in the future.”
Moreover, according to the three clubs, the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg will check whether UEFA does not have a monopoly on European football. They still think football has serious problems and they still want a change.
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