Wouldn't even be much a problem if proposal didn't stand on a series of bogus assumptions and presented a plan for transition of domestic competitions. If you want to take on existing model you're obliged to present all the necessary details of how the alternative is better. Perez and Agnelli did sodall towards that and got met by government response as should.
Not a single thought given towards playing massive games midweek and expecting fans to turn up and travel across Europe 9 times during group stage alone.
Not an ounce a plan for Europa level comps, qualifications or progression.
No detail provided how Super League sides balance domestic comp with European comp considering Super League in 20 team format means 18(+-knockout games) fixtures in addition to domestic 38. Which just leads to conclusion they really plan to exit them. Which would be a domino of cash flow issues for domestic promotion.
And that's without going into how they plan to work around the international football this would kill considering UEFA structures would get shattered.
Nowhere near a good idea in how been proposed.
And Perez has to move fast with the 2.0 to avoid EPL becoming too big to end up not wanting to be part of it, and getting too old himself to make it happen.
-> fans are rather irrelevant in all this. TV money is what's at stake, and if Superleague can bring more they wouldn't give a damn about travelling fans
-> There won't be a 20-team league plus knockouts.
Either there will be only a proper league (the real 'super-league'!)
Or there will be 2 groups of 10 for 9 group games for each + the usual knockouts starting R16
From the leaks so far the latter is on their minds
(IMO, the former will be a real revolution. The latter is soft, rather than a revolution. Keeps the same format in games that matter, and just gets rid of the boring CL group games between David and Goliath - which is good IMO but not enough)
-> They couldn't care less about international football. Everything will revolve around the biggest club competition, which will be the SuperLEague from now on, and everything will rather adjust to that rather than the other way round
In general (question to all who are skeptical about it):
Do you watch any basketball? Originally, there was a big war and a divide between FIBA and the Euroleague contracted clubs, and after a while the clubs won.
The definite change, though, IMO happened when they adopted the league format with only 16 teams and stopped inviting many other teams (the first many years the format was similar to the old FIBA European cup with 24 teams or so)
Did it happen for better or worse?
IMO it's much better now, the best teams play against each other many times, but the product is upgraded rather than the opposite.
Problem there is the 'licensed/contracted clubs for life' thing which kills the hopes of a small club to become big, and which part supposedly Perez and Annielli took back in their SuperLeague plans