The European Super League bubble burst, with several clubs saying goodbye
LONDON (Reuters) – Clubs have been quick to pull out of the rebel football league, with traditional rivals Inter Milan, AC Milan and Atletico Madrid in Spain also saying goodbye to the controversial league after six big English teams. Accepted the truth
In the world’s most beloved sport, football, the balloon of the rebel league “European Super League” has started to burst. After the English clubs, the Italian and Spanish teams also withdrew their names.
After English clubs Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham, AC Milan, Inter Milan and Spanish club Atletico Madrid have also apologized for their representation in the controversial league.
Not only that, but Woodward, the vice chairman of Manchester United, resigned. Officials, including Juventus club chairman Andrea Anjali, who dreamed of making the rebel league a success on the return of famous clubs, acknowledged their failure.
Earlier, football organizations FIFA, UEFA and the English Premier League threatened to wage a legal battle and deprive clubs of representation.