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Gary Neville tears into Man United following ESL news

Gary Neville condemns ridiculous breakaway league idea

Hang your heads in shame – Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, and Tottenham.

According to the Times, the Champions League could be set to undergo a major format change, with the threat of a new breakaway league involving some of the biggest names in Europe.

United, Liverpool and Chelsea have signed up to enter the league, while City are yet to do so, as per The Times.

Real Madrid are also mentioned as being among the teams leading the way to form a breakaway league.

The news has not gone down well with football fans, who were never consulted, and sources close to Stretty News can confirm that representatives were not informed about the situation either.

Former United captain Gary Neville also took aim at the clubs involved in the European Super League, saying (as quoted by journalist Laurie Whitwell): “I think to bring forward proposals in the midst of COVID and the economic crisis that exists for all clubs is an absolute scandal United and the rest of the big clubs who have signed up for it should be ashamed of themselves.”

Moreover, UEFA and the Premier League condemns the proposal.

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One response to “Gary Neville tears into Man United following ESL news”

  1. Theodore Albert Ngosa says:

    I dont think there’s anything wrong with having the ESL. Infact, this will allow more unused players to showcase their skills since they rarely get in situations were veteran players of their respective clubs are fatiqued or being reserved for future (more important) fixtures.