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Super League: Africa'll learn from Europe, says CAF President

Super League: Africa'll learn from Europe, says CAF President

6/21/2021 11:48:00 AM

Super League : Africa'll learn from Europe, says CAF President

CAF president Patrice Motsepe believes Africa can succeed where Europe failed and launch a Super League , according to a statement released

“We have been following attempts by some top European clubs to form a Super League and will learn from their experience and pitfalls,” said the South African.“In this regard, we are assessing and in preliminary discussions to start an inclusive, broadly supported and beneficial African Super League.”

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Negative supporter reaction prevented Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid, AC Milan, Inter Milan and Juventus launching a Super League recently.But Motsepe is pushing forward after FIFA president Gianni Infantino told CAF officials last year that he favoured 20 permanent African Super League members and additional competitors through qualifying.

Infantino did not give details as to how the Super League might work and whether it would complement or replace the current marquee club competition, the CAF Champions League.He did suggest, however, that each permanent member should contribute $20 mn annually — a target even the richest African clubs would find hard to meet.

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