Ed Woodward is among the six executives who have been forced to quit their roles in the Premier League, which may help explain why the Manchester United executive vice-chairman has decided to resign.
It is suggested in a report ran by The Sun that the other 14 Premier League (outside of the so-called ‘big six’) have forced these chiefs out of their roles in advisory groups and committees.
I can completely see why, too. None of them can be trusted.
Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal, Man City and Tottenham all recently announced they’d be joining a new European Super League which included 12 clubs in total.
They U-turned 48 hours later.
I think Woodward and others will find it difficult to work in football again after all of this.
Life with a vineyard may sound better.
The ESL massively backfired and reputations are tarnished forever. The problem with Woodward is that he never had a good reputation among United fans.
Like the Glazers… simply out of touch.