British Prime Minister Boris Johnson threatens to pass legislation to stop Super League football | Football News

LONDON: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson he said on Tuesday that his government would consider passing legislation to prevent the planned breakwater European Premier League by 12 football clubs, similar to the plans to create a cartel.
Johnson held a meeting with representatives of the English Football Association, the English Premier League and fan groups where he confirmed that the government would not stand aside to allow the creation of a closed shop
“It’s not for the benefit of fans, not for the sake of football, how can it be right to have a situation where you create a kind of cartel that prevents clubs from competing against each other, playing against each other?” Johnson told a news conference.
“If necessary, to protect that principle of competition we will seek, as I said, to the bodies earlier, we will seek the legislative solution.”