Hearts and Hibs stars hit out at Super League 'madness' as John McGinn makes Pro Evolution quip

Hearts ace Liam Boyce has called plans for a Super League “madness”.

Uefa have condemned plans for a breakaway European Super League. Picture: SNS

While Hibs starlet Ethan Laidlaw summed up the situation pretty well with his take on the announcement, noting Scottish football’s place now.

Ten of Europe’s ‘elite’ clubs, plus Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur, released a statement late on Sunday night confirming their desire to form a breakaway competition which aims to have up to 20 teams taking part.

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The plans have been condemned by Uefa who have threatened to ban players from international football.

Hibs’ 16-year-old striker Ethan Laidlaw, who signed a professional contract back in February, tweeted: “Scottish football>>>anything else now.”

Meanwhile, Hearts striker Boyce compared what is happening to the popular EA Sports game Fifa.

He tweeted: “These boys trying to play ultimate team in real life? Madness.”

John McGinn however, opted for an old school reference.

He said: “Pro evolution names til the end of the season for them. Man Blue v Merseyside Red.”

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