Remember the Super League? That fight isn’t over.

While in the present day’s information is the begin of Euro 2020, the repercussions of the largest disaster in the continent’s membership scene usually are not over.

Almost two months after 12 elite golf equipment launched — after which shortly deserted — a breakaway Super League that may have swept away the century-old constructions that underpin the sport, these foundations stay unsure.

European soccer’s governing physique stated this week that it has suspended a disciplinary investigation in opposition to the three most intransigent insurgent golf equipment: Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus. UEFA’s choice got here after it lastly obtained an injunction issued by a Madrid court docket the day after Super League’s launch on April 18.

The injunction — which was additionally despatched to world governing physique FIFA — forbids any disciplinary motion to be taken in opposition to the Super League golf equipment. UEFA had threatened to ban the three holdouts from subsequent season’s Champions League except they renounced the failed plan, however failure to adjust to the court docket order may have led to civil or prison motion in opposition to UEFA and its senior officers.

UEFA stated it might now attempt to overturn the measures issued by the Madrid court docket earlier than restarting its disciplinary motion. “I just want to say that justice is sometimes slow, but it always arrives,” UEFA’s president, Aleksandar Ceferin, advised the Italian broadcaster Rai forward of Friday’s Euro 2020 opener in Rome.

Meanwhile, the six English golf equipment who had joined the Super League on Thursday got here to an settlement with the Premier League for his or her position. The groups — Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Arsenal and Tottenham — agreed to pay a collective 22 million kilos ($31.1 million) to resolve the matter.

The league additionally introduced that any crew concerned in a future breakaway try confronted a $35 million wonderful and a 30-point deduction in the league standings.