The LaLiga clubs approved changes digitally during the Extraordinary General Assembly in Dubai, where Real Madrid and Barcelona were present.
The LaLiga clubs approved this Wednesday the change of several rules during the Extraordinary General Assembly in Dubai, where Real Madrid and Barcelona were present remotely.
The approved changes have to do with compensation for categorical carelessness, security in the stadiums and questions about economic and disciplinary control, according to LaLiga sources.
The 40 clubs that were present also discussed the necessary modifications to adjust to the future Sports Law, which is in the Senate to finish its parliamentary process.
The LaLiga assembly took place today in Dubai as part of the initiative to deepen the Middle East and North Africa, previously approved by the Ordinary General Assembly, with special funds dedicated to Dubai, as explained by President Javier Tebas. yesterday to the media in Doha.
“Being here means that we continue to grow. We started in Dubai in 2014 and have been working in offices for eight years, growing in the region. That is the reason for the trip. You have to be here to do business, to do it physically; the Spanish embassy explained it to us very well,” said Tebas, who led the session.
On November 30, Real Madrid and Barcelona demonstrated against the Assembly going to Dubai. Madrid said it was “illegal”, “unjustifiable”, “inappropriate” and “incoherent”, and Barça did not consider it “necessary to travel for something that can easily be done at the LaLiga headquarters”.
During their stay in Dubai, the LaLiga clubs have participated in different immersion sessions in the area, whose focus has been how the public consumes entertainment content, and how the clubs should speak to them to better connect with them, as well as take part in one about EA Sports, the new sponsor of the upcoming season.