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SBD Global/August 15, 2012/International Football
La Liga To Start On Schedule, But LFP Assembly Can't Resolve TV Rights
Published August 15, 2012
LONG WAY TO GO: The EFE also reported that Cardenal considered the meeting "positive," but there is "still some ways to go" to reach a solution over TV rights (EFE, 8/14). The EFE also reported Atletico Madrid President Enrique Cerezo, whose team is on the list of 13, said the meeting could be the start of "a good relationship" between the LFP and the 13 clubs. When asked about the demands made by the 13 "rebel" clubs Cerezo said, "We are 13 united teams and we have to keep pushing until we reach our objectives and we have to win the battle until the end for the good of our interests and those of La Liga." As for Real Madrid President Florentino Perez and Barça President Sandro Rosell, both "avoided making any comments" as they left the meeting (EFE, 8/14).