Boris Johnson calls on Glazers and co to make plans clear to fans after condemning ESL proposal

Even Boris Johnson is against the European Super League.

From Gary Neville and Sir Alex Ferguson to Boris, we’ve covered all corners tonight at Stretty News to condemn the proposed project being launched to rival the Champions League.

The British Prime Minister says plans for a European Super League would be very damaging for football and “we support football authorities in taking action.”

He tweeted that the proposals “would strike at the heart of the domestic game, and will concern fans across the country”.

Johnson added: “The clubs involved must answer to their fans and the wider football community before taking any further steps.”

One would think Johnson is barking up the wrong tree if he thinks the Glazers will issue any response. They’re cowards who have hid from interviews about their plans at Old Trafford ever since the 2005 takeover.

According to Sky News, an announcement is due soon re: European Super League. Editor Mark Kleinman said: “My understanding is that 12 clubs from across Europe including the six biggest English clubs have now signed up to this new format.

“The others include Barcelona, Juventus and Real Madrid.”

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