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Tebas escalates feud with Al-Khelaifi by taking beIN to cour

เรียกดู:เวลาออก:2022-12-09

La Ligaboss Javier Tebas has escalated his bitter feud with Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi by taking the Qatari businessman to court over unpaid broadcasting rights payments.

As well as running the French champions, Al-Khelaifi is also the chairman of beIN Media Group, one of the worlds largest sports and entertainment broadcasters, which owns the rights for televising LaLiga in 35 countries, including France, across three continents.

But on Friday, La Liga filed an application at a court in Madrid for an interim ruling to freeze beINs assets, claiming it was owed 51 million euros (44 million) in late payments. And on Monday, the court granted that application, ruling that it was justified by the risk of the broadcaster being able to quickly transfer money to bank accounts outside the courts jurisdiction.

This, however, came as a complete surprise to beIN, which only learned of the court proceedings when asked for a comment byThe New York Times.

In a statement, a beIN spokesperson said the companys reputation was based on years of significant investment, high production values, strong relationships with rights-holders and a track record of payment.

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The Doha-based company, which has paid La Liga more than $1.5 billion (1.3 billion) over the last five years, does not dispute that it currently owes the Spanish league money but rejects the figure claimed in court. It says it has been in talks with LaLiga over a payment plan, as beIN itself is owed money by third parties, and only last week sent an installment of 10 million euros (8.6 million).

We will not discuss publicly the private discussions weve been having with La Liga, or any rights-holder for that matter, regarding specific contracts, the beIN spokesperson added.

That is not how business should be conducted, certainly not by professional and dignified institutions. If we ran our operations reacting to certain executives comments on others within the sports industry, we wouldnt be in business.

That final comment is directed at Tebas, the combative LaLiga chief who has been gunning for Al-Khelaifi andPSGsince 2017, when the Qatar-backed Parisians paid a world-record 222 million euros (192 million) to prise Brazilian star Neymar away from Barcelona.

The Spaniard memorably described PSGs fossil fuel-funded spending as similar to somebody urinating in European footballs swimming pool, and he has repeated these criticisms every subsequent time a star player has either left LaLiga for PSG Lionel Messi in 2021 or changed their mind about coming to LaLiga from PSG Kylian Mbappe this year.

The latter outrage prompted Tebas to make a formal complaint toUEFAabout PSGs compliance with the governing bodys financial fair play rules. This provoked an angry response from Tebas opposite number at Ligue 1, Vincent Labrune, and some barbed comments from Al-Khelaifi.

But Tebas refuses to back down. He believes Al-Khelaifi has stalled on beINs payments to La Liga because it wants to renegotiate the contracts and to silence him.

On Thursday, above a picture of Al-Khelaifi and a screenshot of the NYTs story about the court order, Tebas restated his central allegations against the Qatari in a tweet that was translated into three languages: Arabic, English and Spanish.

Its not just the danger of the state-owned clubs, the English version said. But they also control TV operators and they pay or stop paying, fulfill or breach millionaire contracts at their whim, as a measure to make others kneel to their spurious different interests.

La Liga rejects the idea that it is normal for a broadcaster to be late with payments and the court papers reveal that the league asked beIN about a payment that was due in August three times. It has also backed Tebas whenever he has spoken about the risks to European footballs ecosystem posed by clubs backed by sovereign wealth funds.

Furthermore, Tebas and LaLige remain convinced that Al-Khelaifi has a clear conflict of interest in his additional role as president of the European Club Association (ECA), the lobby group that represents the interests of Europes biggest clubs. This position also gives him an automatic seat on UEFAs executive committee.

It should be noted, however, that Tebas also has a seat on that committee as a result of his position on the board of European Leagues, which performs the same function as ECA for the likes of LaLiga, Ligue 1, thePremier Leagueand so on.

What happens next with the interim ruling to freeze beINs assets is unclear, as the broadcaster does not actually have any staff, offices or bank accounts in Spain. LaLiga was aware of that when it applied for the order but it is counting on courts across Europe respecting the Madrid courts jurisdiction.

Ironically, there is a recent precedent for this in that it was a different Madrid courts injunction against UEFA taking preemptive action against the clubs that wanted to form a European Super League last year, which enabled those clubs to continue playing in the Champions League. That original ruling has now been referred to the European Court of Justice and we are expecting a ruling before the end of the year.

In the meantime, we shall have to see where the Tebas and Al-Khelaifi show goes next. La Ligas various contracts with beIN are up for renewal next year. It will be interesting to see what appetite each party has for continuing their relationship.

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Based in North West England, Matt Slater is a senior football news reporter for The Athletic UK. Before that, he spent 16 years with the BBC and then three years as chief sports reporter for the UK/Irelands main news agency, PA.Follow Matt on Twitter@mjshrimper

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