Ed Woodward among six chiefs forced to quit Premier League roles

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.

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