Man United chief Ed Woodward quits UEFA
Manchester United Executive Vice-Chairman Ed Woodward has ventured down from his UEFA job where he was on the Professional Football Strategy Council, while the club has likewise stopped being a member of the European Club Association.
This most recent bend comes after six English clubs got together with six others from Europe in declaring the arrangement of a European Super League.
AC Milan, Arsenal FC, Atlético de Madrid, Chelsea FC, FC Barcelona, FC Internazionale Milano, Juventus FC, Liverpool FC, Manchester City, Manchester United, Real Madrid CF and Tottenham Hotspur have all joined as Founding Clubs.
It is expected that a further three clubs will join in front of the debut season, which is planned to start when practicable.
English PM Boris Johnson said the European Super League was not “uplifting news for fans” and he would work with the football specialists “to ensure this doesn’t go on in the manner that it’s as of now being proposed”.
JP Morgan additionally affirmed it was financing the arrangement.
Previous Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says the move conflicts with all that football depends on and addresses a tremendous danger to the Premier League
Wenger, presently FIFA’s head of worldwide football advancement, likewise accepts the venture won’t make headway.
“I would say that it’s a bad idea, Football has to stay united. That is the most important thing, and based on sporting merits and overall to respect the history of European football.”
“I believe personally that this idea will not go far.”