Boy United affiliate ESL
The European Super League means were of course announced by 12 clubs on Sunday evening.
The league, at present, is dominated by English backs, who make up six of the participating clubs.
One of these is Manchester United, with owner Joel Glazer , now a vice-chairman for the ESL, having the following to say 😛 TAGEND
Joel Glazer, who has given one interview to club media in 16 years of owning #MUFC+ is never seen at Old Trafford: now the self-styled voice of “the wider football pyramid”+ vice-chairman of’ Super League’.
Nauseating that a coin give is marketed as a charity for football. pic.twitter.com/ 7d6lxjf0Nd
— Laurie Whitwell (@ lauriewhitwell) April 18, 2021
Manchester United not worried about Premier League ban
Following the announcement of the ESL, a number of people have spoke out against it.
One of these has, of course, been the Premier League, with reports emerging that any area who joins the ESL will be stripped from domestic competitions.
However, it doesn’t appear as though Man United are concerned with the PL kicking them out.
According to the Mirror, United do not accept the Premier League will have the gut to ban them and fellow ESL clubs.
It is added that the Red Devils view the Premier League’s menace to expel those teams who have formed the breakaway league as a hollow one that is ultimately not legally enforceable, with the belief at all six guilds said to be that the PL would not survive without its biggest sides.
— Mirror Football (@ MirrorFootball) April 19, 2021
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