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England’s European Super League sides forgo adventure amid criticism – Deadline

UPDATE AT 7:35 PM: The announced European Super League appears to be falling apart. By the end of the day, all six English Premier League clubs involved in the largely panicked business – Arsenal, Manchester United, Manchester City, Tottenham, Liverpool and Chelsea – had pulled out. See their tweets and / or statements below.

In a statement (read it below), the league said it was “confident that our proposal is fully aligned with European law and regulation” and that it “will reconsider the most appropriate steps to reshape the project”.

The six remaining clubs – for now – are Italy’s AC Milan, Inter Milan and Juventus, as well as Spaniards Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid.

As for England’s sides, Chelsea and Man City begged earlier today, with the others following suit later.

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Arsenal went so far as to tweet: “We made a mistake and we apologize.”

Here is the league released that statement tonight, followed by tweets from the English teams and the league’s history and most recent developments:

The European Super League believes that the current status quo in European football must change.

We are proposing a new European competition because the existing system does not work. Our proposal aims to enable the sport to evolve while generating resources and stability for the entire football pyramid, including helping to overcome the financial difficulties faced by the entire football community as a result. of the pandemic. It would also provide significantly improved solidarity payments to all football stakeholders.

Despite the announced departure of the English clubs, forced to take such decisions due to the pressure exerted on them, we are convinced that our proposal is fully aligned with European laws and regulations as demonstrated today by a decision by justice to protect the Super League from third parties. Actions.

Under the current circumstances, we will reconsider the most appropriate steps to reshape the project, always keeping in mind our goals to provide supporters with the best possible experience while improving solidarity payments for the entire community of the soccer.

As for England’s sides, Chelsea and Man City begged earlier today, with the others following suit later.

Arsenal went so far as to tweet: “We made a mistake and we apologize.”

PREVIOUS, 1:57 PM: The widely criticized European Super League collapses less than 48 hours after being announced.

Manchester City have pulled out of the 12-team coalition and Chelsea are preparing to do so. Rumors are spreading tonight that more will follow soon.

In a move that the club’s claim is unrelated to the Super League fiasco, Manchester United have announced Executive Vice President Ed Woodward will step down at the end of the year. The moment is certainly curious.

The backlash against the Super League and the 12 breakaway clubs has been fierce and almost universal.

Around 1,000 fans gathered outside Stamford Bridge pitch in Chelsea tonight to protest their club’s involvement. Meanwhile, Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson said on social media tonight that his team are “Collective position” is that they don’t want the Super League to take place. Other prominent players have added their voices to dissent and managers from Liverpool and Manchester City have also expressed their displeasure.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said Manchester City and Chelsea have made “absolutely the right” decision and he hopes others “will follow their example”.

Leaders Real Madrid, Manchester United and Juventus have yet to receive an official word, but many European sports journalists predict the end is near.

Several broadcasters have distanced themselves from the League since its announcement on Sunday night without any consultation with fans or players. The first and last pages of Europe were dominated by the story of remarkable corporate arrogance and greed.

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