When Andrea Agnelli validates the Super League project by citing U2


By: Manu Tournoux

The Super League is not dead yet! This Thursday, the European Court of Justice (CJEU) ruled in favor of the SL in its conflict between UEFA and FIFA. As the hours pass since the verdict handed down by the CJEU, many voices are raised against this project while others are rubbing their hands, like Andrea Agnelli. Main instigator of the project when he was still in charge of Juventus Turin, the Italian leader welcomed the news on social networks by using the words of a song “Where the Streets Have No Name” by the famous Irish group of rock, U2.

“I want to run, I want to hide. I want to tear down the walls that keep me inside. I want to reach out and touch the flame. Where the streets don’t have names. I want to feel the sunlight on my face. I see this cloud of dust disappearing without a trace. I want to shelter from the poisonous rain. Where the streets don’t have names. The love of football. U2”he posted on his X account.

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