European Super league Scrapped

All Six Premier League Teams pull out of European Super League.

Less than 48 hours following the announcement of the European Super League all six Premier League Clubs withdrew their interest.

Manchester City were the first team to pull out, closely followed by Chelsea and the other four sides Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham.

The European Super League was setup by the afore-mentioned teams and Spain’s Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Italy’s AC Milan and Juventus.  The 12-team European Super League was announced on Sunday to widespread condemnation. All teams have since issued apologies to fans.

Oliver Dowden, the Culture Secretary, added that it was “an important day for fans and I think fans should savour it”, but he hinted that an Ofcom-style regulator could eventually be appointed to help safeguard the football pyramid from any future breakaways.  He promised that we “shouldn’t let up now”, having triggered a fan led review under the former sports minister Tracey Crouch, who will be looking at a number of things.  She’ll be looking governance of the game, finance and indeed the fan experience because “I think if we’ve learned anything… these issues have to be examined”.