The European Super League, which was confirmed on Sunday after years of speculation, is about to end again.
Several clubs apparently want to get out.
Munich - Have the violent and loud fan protests made an impact after all?
In the night from Sunday to Monday the European Super League was announced, on Tuesday evening it is about to end again.
As reported by the British media
, Chelsea FC * wants to withdraw from the project.
Manchester City and Atletico Madrid were also likely to rethink.
Liverpool * and Arsenal FC could soon follow as dropouts.
The President of Manchester United *, Ed Woodward, is said to have already resigned.
The person responsible, who has been with the Red Devils since 2013, will therefore only work for the club until the end of 2021.
There were also similar reports about Juventus * boss Andrea Agnelli, who is also said to have offered his resignation.
by Juventus, according to
Super League: English clubs should not have expected protests
According to the
it is said
that the English club bosses could not have imagined the wave of anger of the supporters, experts and the rest of the industry on this clear scale.
In the case of Chelsea, hundreds of fans took to the streets and protested against the billion-dollar project.
Liverpool FC was also extremely hostile in the course of the league game against Leeds and sometimes even symbolically buried.
FC Barcelona * is said to have secured an exit clause.
, the members there have the last word about participating in the Super League.
This could be decided at the next meeting.
If that's even needed.
After the withdrawal of the clubs from Germany and France - who did not even want to participate - and the withdrawal of the English clubs, the Super League will probably not take place in the first place.
Apparently there will be a meeting of the twelve club bosses in the coming hours.
Perhaps the Super League will then be buried.
Not symbolically, however.
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