La Liga president, Javier Tebas, just resigned from his position for a strange reason.
Despite being a controversial figure, nobody saw Tebas resigning.
He was the one who forced La Liga matches to be played in the USA.
Tebas rarely does things without a plan; this time was no different. The now-former chief looks like he wants to race for re-election as La Liga president.
“I have decided to resign from my role as president so that a new electoral process starts, which I plan to run in, and I hope to gain support to stay four more years,” Tebas published in his statement.
It should be interesting to follow the development of things, given RFEF and La Liga’s consistent issues.