Javier Tebas, president of La Liga (R) speaks while Carolina Marin (L) Laliga ambassador listen during the official launch of Spanish Football League La Liga office in Singapore on March 23, 2017. (AFP / ROSLAN RAHMAN)
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The president of Spain's La Liga on Thursday shot down suggestions for a European super league, saying it will likely face stiff resistance from national leagues and fans.Madrid-based newspapers Marca and AS reported in February that Real was pushing for a European league after growing disgruntled with the Spanish league.Tebas said however he was "sure" the Spanish League would catch up with the English Premier League economically in eight to ten years.According to consulting firm Deloitte, English clubs generated 4.4 billion euros ($4.75 billion) in revenues in the 2014-2015 season compared to 2.3 billion euros for the Bundesliga and 2.05 billion euros for La Liga.
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