February 27, 2024

Javier Tebas Confirms La Liga’s Decision To Take Action Against Real Madrid’s TV

Written by Olaleye Oluwadamilola

For the first time, La Liga President Javier Tebas has announced that Real Madrid TV would face consequences for their persistent criticism of referees, which puts a great deal of pressure on officials. This season, hit films directed at each referee overseeing a Real Madrid match have not only been RMTV’s norm but also a hotly debated topic of discussion prior to the game.

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Tebas informed MD that they were investigating the allegation and that the rights to the La Liga TV images are publicly awarded.

“The channel is a public concession. I am sure that it was granted assuming that they would respect the values ​​of sport. The conditions of the rights must be reviewed. La Liga is beginning to take action against the videos”.

“Can you imagine a video of the referees created by Barca and the rest of the clubs following suit? We would destroy football. It is evident that we cannot continue down this road”.

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“Nobody sticks their neck out about the videos because of what Real Madrid are in this country. They command respect. The referees have enough with the Negreira case. I have been president for ten years and having Florentino in front of you every day, it is not comfortable”.


Since the revelation of the recordings from VAR interventions, refereeing performances have come under increasing criticism, and this has dominated conversations in recent months. The dissatisfaction with referees is growing among all people, not only those who believe the big two have a hidden motive. Real Madrid TV has received widespread criticism abroad.

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Previously, Real Madrid TV was considered a private firm and so outside the authority of the RFEF, therefore the Competition Committee, which is overseen by the RFEF, stayed out of the picture.

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