BREAKING: 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.
Tebas was strongly against El Clasico rescheduling, threatened to move the kick-off to completely insane time and couldn't care less about Real Madrid having a clear disadvantage against Barcelona with the Blaugrana having 29 hours more to rest ahead of the biggest game in Spain and the world.
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?