Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham, who initially supported the creation of the Super League and shortly afterwards withdrew from the project, were fined a total of more than 20 million pounds. This was reported by the Daily Mail.
Each of the listed clubs was sanctioned with 3.5 million pounds. If any of them support such a project again, he is threatened with a fine of 25 million plus the confiscation of 30 points from his point asset.
According to the British tabloid, some of the other teams in the Premier League have requested the withdrawal of points now, but this final decision was quickly dropped as an option.
The amount collected from the fines will be invested in support of adolescents, as well as for various fan and community initiatives.
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