‘Dreams can’t be bought’: Bruno Fernandes breaks silence on Super League


As a slew of foreign-owned golf equipment introduced plans to type a breakaway Super League on Sunday, the brass behind the scenes have come beneath heavy criticism. Even the gamers have began voicing their opinions on the proposed mission.

The 12 elite golf equipment from England, Spain and Italy are set to depart the present UEFA-run Champions League construction regardless of warnings they might be kicked out of their home competitions and face authorized motion.

The seismic transfer to shake up the world’s greatest sport is partly engineered by the American house owners of Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester United. The different founding members are Manchester City, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Juventus, AC Milan and Inter Milan.

On Monday, Manchester United playmaker Bruno Fernandes turned the primary potential Super League participant to have his say on the brand new competitors.

The Portuguese worldwide commented on his compatriot Daniel Podence’s put up on Instagram after which shared it on his personal social media. He commented: “Enorme,” which interprets to, “Dreams can’t be buy.”

The response to the doubtless seismic adjustments being pushed via by 12 of the world’s greatest golf equipment ranged from humour to sarcasm to condemnation and anger.

The solely actual mouthpieces for the breakaway golf equipment might be their coaches, who should maintain information conferences earlier than and after matches. One of them, Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone, stated he had “no doubt that my club will make the best decision for its future.”

“I’ll be prepared to coach wherever they tell me to coach,” Simeone stated. “I have no doubt that the club will decide what is best.”

(with AP inputs)




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