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Liverpool’s largest shareholder, co-founder of the European Super League, pleadingly apologizes

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Another step back in the adventure of the European Super League, which has been on the sports agenda for a few days, came from the English club Liverpoool. “I want to apologize to Jürgen, Billy, the players and everyone who worked hard to make our fans proud at Liverpool FC,” said John W. Henry, Liverpool’s largest shareholder, who issued an apology on the issue.

The European Super League, which was initiated as the founding members of 12 clubs from England, Spain and Italy, and caused a major crisis in the football world, there were consecutive divisions. Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, English Premier League teams Liverpool and it was announced that Tottenham would not participate in the European Super League.

THE CLUB’S LARGEST SHAREHOLDERS Apologized

The most striking message on the subject came from Liverpool. John W. Henry, the club’s largest shareholder who shot an apology video on the subject and shared it on social media, said, “There is no way this project can survive without fan support. You were very clear for 48 hours that it would not survive. I heard you. I want to apologize to Jürgen, Billy, the players, and everyone who worked hard at Liverpool FC to make our fans proud, ”he said.

Liverpool's largest shareholder issues apology for European Super League adventure

OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FROM THE CLUB

In the statement made on the official account of the British club, we use the expressions “We confirm that our participation in the European Super League has ended”.

Liverpool's largest shareholder, co-founder of the European Super League, pleadingly apologizes

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