Gary Neville has furiously accused the owners of the Premier League’s ‘big six’ of being “imposters” with “no loyalty to this country” and warned that fans will disown their clubs if they help launch a European Super League. Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester City,Read More »
The Reds announced on Tuesday night, along with the other five English clubs involved, that they were withdrawing from the European Super League.
The positions of Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck and chief executive Guy Laurence are "untenable" following their failed attempt to join the European Super League, according to the Chelsea Supporters' Trust. Chelsea, along with the other five members of the Premier League’s ‘Big Six’, withdrew from the controversial project following fierce backlash and fan protests outside Stamford Bridge on Tuesday. Chelsea claimed they had "joined the group late last week" and only now had "had time to consider the matter fully".
Arsenal are braced for a fan protest ahead of their match against Everton on Friday, with supporters angry at owner Stan Kroenke’s involvement in the failed launch of a European Super League. Arsenal apologised to the club’s fans for their actions, and admitted they made a mistake, but there is growing unrest among supporters towards owner Kroenke.