‘They don’t care about the fans, they see them as customers and they take them for mugs’: Fans SLAM plot for escaping European Super League, joining the Premier League’s Big Six to drive the project
- Plans for a European Super League were revealed on Sunday evening
- The Premier League Big Six plus Italian and Spanish giants are involved
- Football fans strike back and blow the idea out like a cash grab
Football fans are outraged by plans for a European Super League, with Premier League Big Six supporters taking on their teams in the breakaway.
As unveiled by Sportsmail, an announcement took place on Sunday evening with plans for a first competition of 12 teams, with Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Juventus, AC Milan and Inter Milan joining the English sides.
UEFA is also outraged, claiming that ‘enough is enough’ and vows to fight back against the ‘cynical project’ that would destroy domestic and European football.
Big Six supporters, among others, are furious about the plans for a new European Super League
The breakout, plotted by Real Madrid chairman Florentino Perez, was hit hard
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Fans are behind UEFA sending a tornado of messages slamming the concept.
“Football fans don’t agree on everything, but I think we can all agree that this idea of a European Super League can absolutely fail,” wrote @ AnfieldRd96 on Twitter.
@txmejackala added: ‘The European Super League literally epitomizes what’s wrong with this sport. We see a huge amount of billionaires getting into the sport and they want nothing but power and control.
“They don’t care about the fans, they see them as customers and they take them for mugs.”
Stan Kroenke, the owner of Arsenal, will be one of the vice-chairmen of the cynical project
“This European Super League saga will be framed as a battle for money versus principles, but in reality it is a battle for money versus money,” was @ anna_woodberry’s opinion.
The competition will be a closed business, run by the Founding Members, for the Founding Members.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez will act as chairman after instigating the plot, which is backed by US banking giant JP Morgan.
The vice-chairmen to be cleared are Liverpool’s John W Henry, Manchester United’s Joel Glazer and Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke – with Juventus’ Andrea Agnelli making a U-turn over his intention to back UEFA and plan to take the to be fourth.
It’s not just fans of the clubs that will be left out of the plot who are outraged, with Man United supporter @markgoldbridge writing: ‘Absolutely hate the idea of a European Super League. Fans should get together and do whatever we can to protest it !. ‘
Imagine what kind of fans this will produce. If you think the discourse is now a mess of justice and emotional incontinence, the Super League will make you long for now, ” added @SebSB.