After the “Super League” turmoil … an official apology from the Liverpool president


It was clear, Henry said, “The project at hand will never stand without the support of the crowd. Nobody in England thought differently. During those 48 hours it was very clear that it would not hold up.”

He continued, according to the “Daily Mail” website, “I want to apologize to Jürgen Klopp, Billy (Hogan, CEO of the club), to the players and to everyone who works hard in Liverpool to make our fans proud. They bear no responsibility whatsoever for this disruption.”

And Sunday he announced the joining Leferball, Title holder The Premiership, Along with 5 other English clubs, and 6 major clubs for the European Super League competition, whose announcement led to widespread criticism in Europe and around the world.

However, after hours of raging uproar, which came like a thunderbolt passed, contest coups struck European Super League Nascent, to become very quickly in the wind.

The seemingly devastating blow came from a cradle footballThe English Premier League clubs announced their withdrawal from the European Super League, on Tuesday, 48 hours after its launch.

And it was Manchester City The first club to leave the new competition followed Manchester United And Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur, while reports said that Chelsea is also preparing to give up the “separatist championship”.

The “Blues” have not been confirmed after their withdrawal from the tournament, but they will join their rivals in the Premier League soon, according to reports in British media.

The “big six” in the Premier League, along with Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid from Spain, Milan, Inter Milan and Juventus from Italy, announced on Sunday the launch of the so-called European Super League.

There is no confirmation yet from other clubs whether they will also withdraw, noting that press reports have also indicated the intention of Inter Milan to withdraw, although it seems illogical to establish a European “Super” championship without the most prominent Premier League clubs, which may indicate that The championship may not see the light soon.

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In the face of all these successive developments, the founders of the controversial tournament announced that they would “reconsider the most appropriate steps to restructure the project,” in the wake of a wave of withdrawals from founding clubs.

The founders did not announce any other details of how the restructuring will take place, although it is difficult to imagine holding the championship after those major withdrawals, successive pressures, and global rejection.


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