The accession of
Atlético de Madrid
to the project of Super league started by twelve European clubs and of which the rojiblanco team is a founding member, has caused concern among rojiblancos fans.
The decision to adhere to the Super league It could also take its toll on the museum of the Metropolitan Wanda, inaugurated in September with the name ‘Atleti Territory‘And that exhibits a large number of objects and T-shirts from the red and white history.
One of the rojiblancos fans who have donated pieces to this collection, Jesus Ruiz, expressed in networks his decision to remove his objects in the event that the Athletic I ended up disputing the Super league. “I understand Athletics otherwise, so I have already communicated to the club my intention to withdraw all the shirts and objects that I gave to the Museum”, Published in Twitter.
Contacted by EFE, the collector who has donated seven T-shirts and 2 pairs of boots, as well as another six elastic bands for the commemorative exhibition for the 25 years of the ‘Doublet‘ from League Y Cup 1996 explained that it is “a personal decision.”
DISAGREE WITH THE DECISION
“I do not agree with the decision of the Atlético de Madrid. I have contacted the club and they have not answered me yet ”, he assured Ruiz, who clarified that he would reverse his decision if the project does not come true or if the club first asks the fans for their opinion. “And if he plays it after consulting with the fans, he would also leave them,” concluded the collector.
The Athletic officially ratified on Monday its status as a founding member of the Super league, in which the Real Madrid and the Barcelona as Spanish teams, together with the Italians Milan, Inter de Milan Y Juventus, and the english Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham, a competition that, according to its organizers, would have 20 teams, 15 with a fixed place and five that would be classified by sporting merits.