The European Super League has had quite an impact on the footballing world. The Super League which initially started with 12 teams are now left with just 3 and the league had fallen apart inside 3 days.
The Premier League Big 6 clubs who were amongst the 12 founding members of the league withdrew after facing heavy criticism from their own fans in England. The consequences for joining the cash-rich have seen 5 of the Top 6 clubs’ executives resign following the flak they received for joining the league initially.
The European Super League stands disbanded for now and consists of only 3 member clubs
Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck, Man Utd executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward, Liverpool chairman Tom Werner and Arsenal and Manchester City’s CEOs Vinai Venkatesham and Ferran Soriano have all left their roles within the Premier League after the European Super League debacle
The sixth club involved, Tottenham, are not presently represented on any of the Premier League’s committees. The resignations however, will not affect any of the six clubs’ voting rights.
Their counterparts at the remaining 14 clubs have campaigned hard to have them removed from their influential positions on the organisation’s committees and working groups. On Thursday, those involved confirmed they would step down from their various responsibilities within the running of England’s top division.
Most of the club owners believed the ‘Big Six’ acted in bad faith by going behind their backs and signing up for the new midweek competition, which was bankrolled to the tune of £4billion by Wall Street giant JP Morgan.