It's being called a big win for fans of the "beautiful game." The international soccer world was rocked earlier this week when twelve of Europe's top clubs announced their intention to form a new super league, however, the upstart move prompted a swift and strong backlash. From fans to players to politicians, there was widespread condemnation. Many of the teams have now withdrawn from the group, leaving the proposal in shambles. It's a big contrast in the way sports teams and leagues are organized in North America but Bruce Dowbiggin says how we watch sports and what teams get to succeed and survive could be a point of contention in the years to come. Bruce is a sports journalist and author of "Cap In Hand - How Salary Caps are Killing Pro Sports and Why the Free Market Could Save Them."