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  •   Home > News > International

    Fan power has caused football's proposed European Super League to implode

    Fan power has caused football's proposed European Super League to implode


    Multiple UK media sources are claiming the 12 member clubs will meet tonight to scrap the concept after the stakeholder backlash.

    The episode already has many questioning the disconnect between owners and those who dedicate support to teams week-in, week-out.

    Manchester City have already withdrawn and Chelsea are preparing documentation to do the same.

    The UK's Talksport reports Ed Woodward has resigned as chairman of Manchester United after the reaction.

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has already spoken out.



    Prime Minister Boris Johnson's also weighed in.



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    Health & Safety:
    Anyone who may have Covid-19 symptoms in Wellington is being urged to get tested 5:27

    Rugby:
    Blues assistant coach Tom Coventry's dismissing the perceived gap between New Zealand and Australian teams in Super Rugby trans-Tasman 5:27

    Accident and Emergency:
    The Police Dive Squad will continue the search for a missing diver this morning off the Hawke's Bay coast at Mahia 5:07

    International:
    41 children and 23 women have now died since the current wave of Israeli airstrikes on Gaza City began a week ago 22:37

    Rugby League:
    A valiant Warriors comeback has fallen short in their NRL match against the Parramatta Eels in Brisbane 18:57

    Business:
    240 years after the first Debenhams store began trading in the UK, the last 28 stores are closing their doors this weekend 18:37

    Technology:
    Aeronautical company SpaceX has launched its Falcon 9 recyclable rocket into space from Cape Canaveral in Florida, with a new batch of 52 satellites for its Starlink internet network 18:07

    Accident and Emergency:
    An infant has been injured in a head-on crash in Queenstown 17:27

    Cricket:
    Ploughing his way through quarantine, Black Caps quick Lockie Ferguson is pleased to be back in New Zealand 16:17


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