How a Super League could destroy European soccer
Stefan Szymanski wrote an editorial titled "The ups and downs of European soccer are part of its culture – moving to a US-style ‘closed’ Super League would destroy that" in The Conversation. He argues the formation of a European Soccer League destroys the belief that one's team, no matter how small, can make it to the top tier and play against the best clubs. Ultimately, the European soccer system would end up like baseball in America, with one league dominating and controlling a collection of minor league teams with no lower-level competition.
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