Tag: european super league

Liverpool FC, News

Liverpool owner apologizes to fans, club and players

Liverpool FC owner John W Henry has apologized to all the club's supporters after the club's involvement in the proposals for the European Super League. The video of the apology was posted via the club's social media platform, where Henry solely accepted responsibility for the unnecessary negativity that has prevailed at the club in the past few days. The American owner noted that the happenings over the past few days are things that he won't forget. It can be recalled that Liverpool were among the 12 founding members of the European Super League but withdrew in dramatic fashion on Tuesday night alongside the other five English clubs that were involved. "I want to apologise to all the fans and supporters of Liverpool Football Club for the disruption I caused over the past 48 ho...
Bayern Munich, News, Paris Saint-Germain

Bayern Munich are not fans of the European Super League

News about the European Super League was the rave of the weekend and the move has gathered pace despite strong opposition from UEFA, FIFA, and other domestic leagues. The formation of the ESL was announced by 12 top European clubs on Sunday but Bayern Munich have distanced themselves from the competition thus far. Meanwhile, the 12 clubs that have signed up for the European Super League thus far are Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Manchester City, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Inter Milan, Juventus, Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid, Barcelona, and AC Milan. The Germans are not part of the 12 founding members and according to The Athletic UK, they and Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain have not given any backing to the idea and no clubs in Germany have joined the Super League yet....
Barcelona, Liverpool FC, Manchester United, News

Klopp’s comments resurfaces as European Super League plans are confirmed

Previous comments made by Jurgen Klopp on the European Super League have resurfaced after plans for a new breakaway competition were confirmed. The move is being led by 12 elite clubs including Manchester United, Liverpool, and Arsenal, who are intent on launching a new European tournament to rival the UEFA Champions League. The 12 founding clubs disclosed their intentions on Sunday night with a formal announcement and three major clubs are expected to join imminently. The move has been heavily criticized by supporters, fan groups, politicians, and leading football figures like Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville. READ: Thibaut Courtois – Real Madrid won’t cry about injuries However, none of the top figures from the clubs involved have broken their silence on the proposals but ...