With the 2021/2022 season coming to a close, Liga Portugal is already looking to the near future and setting goals to be achieved soon.
“In fact, it has already begun, due to the need to adapt national competition calendars to the reality created by the new UEFA competition model beyond 2024,” he begins with reference to a press release, which continues:
“These changes require reflection and lead to joint action that will start immediately, with a contract, next week, for all the clubs participating in the professional leagues to have a deep discussion that will allow, without any problems, the adequacy of our football for the new. The European competitive context, and our firm goal is to create the conditions for Portuguese clubs to have better conditions in UEFA, thus contributing to the national standings. »
The League also stresses that it will remain committed to combating football-related violence, having already decided to hold a meeting with the Minister of Internal Administration and the Minister of State for Youth and Sports on Tuesday. “Another step to strengthen the work that has already been carried out with the APCVD (the authority to prevent and combat violence in sport) and the security forces”, he affirms, at the same time committed to trying to maintain with direct supervision of the sport, as well as parliamentary groups, contacts to find “new models to value The industry, which includes the review of insurance against work accidents, and the centralization of audio-visual rights – which are fundamental to the sustainability of sports associations – with the financial framework that limits the development of this activity.”
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