EVERTON owner Moshiri about Super League: "They are destroying the heart of Premier League"
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Interviewed by TALKSport, Everton chairman Farhad Moshiri, commenting upon the very controversial Super League initiative, stated: "They should never go along with it. Football clubs belong to the football community, and to the fans. If you take that away, it's not football anymore, it's only business. I think clubs entering into Super League should be sanctioned, since they are destroying Premier League, and its very heart. Before joining in, they should have discussed it with Premier League, FA, FIFA, UEFA. Football spirit is watching West Bromwich Albion defeat Chelsea".
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