Ceferin believes Ligue 1 is not a strong league

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In an interview with Croatian media, UEFA President Aleksandar Ceferin admitted that the championships of France and Germany were not competitive enough. He also took the opportunity to bury the Super League.

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We can’t blame Alexander Ceferin for his lack of clarity. The UEFA president spoke to Croatian media Sportske on the sidelines of the friendly match between Hadjuk Split and Shakhtar Donetsk (3-3), which he participated in on Sunday. He fueled the news of the moment, and especially at the end of an exciting and uncertain season in the Champions League. He predicts an English victory and underlines the lack of competition in the French and German championships.

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her Favourite? “In a way, I expected City to be the champions, but Liverpool are extremely strong and Real are like a cat with 10 lives, he analysed. Benzema is improving every year, Modric is fantastic at 36. They have Vinicius.” And the rest are not bad either. They slip. Still, I predict an English final.”

“When we were at war with the Super League, the English fans helped us. The Italians and Spaniards did nothing.”

The leader then counterattacked on PSG’s failures, released in the round of 16, and Bayern, finished in the quarter, so he attributes the lack of density in Ligue 1 and the Bundesliga. “It is true, these two championships are not strong, he says. Two clubs dominate. Italy has more competition, but they are not financially strong. The Premier League has the biggest tradition, different from the pro Italians. When we were at war with the Super League, the English supporters helped us. The Italians and Spaniards did nothing. The Germans and French were not there because their clubs were not closely related (by the Super League to which Bayern and PSG) ever joined, editor’s note).

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If Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Juventus are still committed to the project, Ceferin also assures that he is indeed dead. “It’s over, assured the Slovenian. They’re trying to satisfy their ego a little more, but it never worked out.” So he enjoys his favorite competition, the Champions League. “The City-Real match (4-3 in the first leg) was the best advertisement for the Champions League, he concluded. It’s a different world.”

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