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La Liga Strike: La Liga LIVE – La Liga clubs are adamant about blocking the European Super League in Spain, with the Spanish government set to make a final decision before this weekend’s games. According to reports, the Spanish clubs are even considering going on strike if the government does not succumb to their pressure. A strike would mean all La Liga matches this weekend would be void. Follow football updates LIVE on InsideSport.IN.

La Liga strike: Spanish clubs go on strike over new law supporting European Super League – Will La Liga games go ahead this WEEKEND?

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LaLiga fans could be deprived of seeing the league’s top stars such as Karim Benzema, Vinicius Jr., Robert Lewandowski this weekend if the clubs eventually call a strike on October 28. According to reports, 39 out of 42 clubs in the top two divisions in Spain have threatened to strike unless the Spanish government rejects the idea of ​​a European Super League. The three clubs believed to be in favor of the Super League are Real Madrid, Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao.

La Liga strike: Spanish clubs go on strike over new law supporting European Super League – Will La Liga games go ahead this WEEKEND?

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is desperate to revive his failed project and La Liga clubs are now increasingly determined to stop him. The ESL issue is now becoming more of a political issue with the business and existence of the smaller clubs in Spain at stake.

Club presidents have already met Spain’s sports minister Miquel Iceta. They want to see an update to Spain’s general ‘Sports Law’ which would see an official rejection of the idea of ​​a Super League. However, the meeting has not yielded any results yet, and time is running out.

La Liga Strike: Spanish clubs consider going on STRIKE over new law supporting European Super League – Will La Liga games go ahead this WEEKEND?

Meanwhile, the president of the Royal Spanish Football Association, Luis Rubiales, has played down fears that La Liga will be suspended this weekend. “I am convinced that neither the government nor the opposition party will be complicit in this. Should the government and the largest opposition party now change the rules of the game and try to make the illegal legal?

It would be a very serious problem without precedent in the Spanish legal system”, Rubiales told reporters regarding the rumors of clubs going on strike this weekend.

La Liga strike: Spanish clubs go on strike over new law supporting European Super League – Will La Liga games go ahead this WEEKEND?

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A final decision regarding the ‘Strike’ will be made by La Liga after their meeting on Thursday 27 October. If the strike is finally agreed, all La Liga matches in this game week from October 29 to November 1 will be suspended.

La Liga strike: Spanish clubs go on strike over new law supporting European Super League – Will La Liga games go ahead this WEEKEND?

Follow football updates LIVE on InsideSport.IN.

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