RFEF president Luis Rubiales plays down fears of La Liga strike next weekend

The ongoing battle between the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) and La Liga remains fierce, with a new legal basis thrown at the cocktail party.

A new sport is currently being written and is facing significant protests from all La Liga clubs except Real Madrid and Barcelona – the new law would not protect La Liga against the formation of the Superliga.

Much of this is the accusations between RFEF president Luis Rubiales and La Liga president Javier Tebas. In an interview with El Pais, carried by Diario AS, Rubiales again defended himself against the growing accusations against him, which include the use of company money for an orgy.

“It’s not about having a lot of enemies, but one or two that generate a mechanism between them. 80% of the processes came to an end and I won them all. I’m [doing] better than anyone can imagine. We have the peace of mind that we have always done well.”

He also spoke about some of the main issues facing Spain’s two top divisions today, a possible strike over sports law and the controversial deal with CVC.

“Employer strikes are prohibited by the Constitution. The points at which a blockage can occur are stated and do not occur here. I asked for an opinion, as a federation we cannot agree [on that]. We have already spoken with Consejo Superior Deportivo about the CVC issue, which has received a complaint from the federation, Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid and Athletic. The CSD told us they would remain neutral.”

“I am convinced that neither the government [PSOE] nor the opposition party [PP] will be complicit in this. Will the government and the biggest opposition party now change the rules of the game and try to legalize what is illegal? It would be a very serious and unprecedented issue in the Spanish legal system. What is clear is that Thebes can see that it is illegal because the current Sports Act does not allow him to do what he is doing with the CVC.”

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