OFFICIAL: Javier Tebas no longer La Liga president
- Javier Tebas made a post announcing his resignation.
- However, he wants to take part in re-election and take his position back for 4 more years.
La Liga president Javier Tebas has just announced that he is resigning from his position.
Tebas made a post on Twitter, saying: "I present my resignation as president of La Liga to open an electoral process for the presidency, which I will run for. In this letter, I explain the details of why I consider it essential."
The former La Liga president also attached a lengthy letter to this post. To recap it briefly, he proclaims that he would like to regain people's trust. He wants to win the re-election and prove that he deserves to take his place for four more years.
Earlier on, Tebas was among those who wanted El Clasico to be played on December 8 despite both Barcelona and Real Madrid being against the schedule because of the already-tough calendar. Luckily, his words haven't been taken into consideration and the world-famous derby will be played on December 18.
And now it looks like he won't even be a La Liga president when El Clasico date finally arrives.
Should he get re-elected?