Manchester United owner refuses to apologize
Manchester United’s Glazer says he won’t apologize for the ESL fiasco.
Manchester United proprietor Avram Glazer won’t apologize to allies for his part in “pimping” out his club to the destined European Super League.
The isolated tycoon was discovered near his £16 million Palm Beach chateau following seven days remaining stayed in the property since the football outrage broke.
Recently, the Old Trafford outfit reported their aim to join as an ‘Establishing Member’ of the new association, which would qualify them for a ‘welcome reward’ of up to £258 million only for joining.
A gathering of 12 groups from across Europe, including Juventus, Barcelona, and Real Madrid wanted to frame the opposition called the Super League.
It had plans to bring to the table direct pass to a portion of the world’s greatest clubs and play matches in midweek while permitting the elaborate clubs to stay in their homegrown rivalries.
After an extraordinary reaction by UK fans, players, directors, Prime Minister Boris Johnson, and Prince William, every one of the six British clubs who had consented to partake in the opposition pulled out.
Liverpool’s American proprietor John Henry gave a stooping expression of remorse for his job, while Avram’s co-administrator sibling Joel, who was set to become bad habit director of the European Super League, told allies he also was heartbroken.
People asked: “Are you presently going to sell the club, Mr. Glazer, as it’s reasonable you have no comprehension of your club’s allies or British fans?” he snapped, “no remark”.