Conte: ‘UEFA earns money from rights and leaves a small part to the clubs’

Antonio
Conte, technician of the Inter
from
Milan, assured this Wednesday that the “sporting merit” is above all, referring to the failed project of the Super league, but regretted the fact that, in his opinion, “UEFA makes money from rights and leaves a small part to the clubs.”

“Traditions must never be forgotten, they must be respected. Passion is necessary and in sport merit must reign. We work to win, to have a prize. Merit is the most important thing,” he said. Conte
at the end of the league match that he Inter drew against him Spezia (1-1).

“That said, UEFA must reflect. UEFA organizes tournaments and makes money from rights, but leaves a small part to the clubs. For me it must reflect. The clubs put the players, invest and between competitions they squeeze the players. players like lemons, “he added, in statements to Italian television.Sky
Sport‘.

UEFA must reflect

“UEFA must reward the clubs in a more appropriate way. They do not invest anything, instead the clubs invest in players,” he insisted.

Conte was in favor of continuing to compete in the Champions
League, but he took advantage of the launch and the sudden resignation of the Super league to send a strong message to the leadership of European football.

“If you win ‘ten’ of rights and give ‘three’ to the clubs and you keep seven, it is not correct. The proportion must change,” he said.