Sunday, January 24, 2016

Top South American clubs launch Liga Sudamericana to challenge disgraced CONMEBOL

Last week, 15 of South America’s top soccer clubs got together in Montevideo, Uruguay, and decided to create an organization named Liga Sudamericana, or the “South American League” (as in “League of Nations,” not “Premier League”). And even though the organization has no clear leadership yet, it does have a clear purpose: to shift the power balance from CONMEBOL, the South American confederation, to clubs looking to depend less and less on the discredited continental confederation for their earnings.

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