BORIS Johnson spoke of his relief after all six English clubs dropped the hateful European Super League.
In a big win for the power of the fans, The disgusting scheme was abandoned last night after both Chelsea and Manchester City gave up.
Spurs, Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal all announced they would abandon the project a few hours later.
And the Prime Minister – who vowed yesterday to take whatever action needed to disrupt the tournament – shared his joy.
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“I welcome the announcement last night,” he said on Twitter this morning.
“This is a worthy result for football fans, clubs and communities across the country.
“We must continue to defend our cherished national game.”
He has threatened the new laws The plot of the European Super League – and favor Prem bosses to remove ‘Big Six’ if they wish.
Mr Johnson yesterday vowed not to side “while a handful of owners create a closed shop” and promise to support fans throughout the long haul.
And he named ESL a cartel – say “incorrect” to rob their UK fans.
The prime minister said in the 10th press conference that the football breakaway plot “violates the basic principles of competition” and criticized the owners for trying to turn their clubs into “goods. “.
He added: “How could it be true in the event that you create a kind of cartel that prevents clubs from competing with each other?
“It violates the basic principles of competition and if necessary, to defend that principle of competition, we will seek a legislative solution, but we hope that they can find their own direction. me. “
The Premier League also held a crisis meeting without the ‘Big Six’, where the remaining 14 clubs “unanimously and strongly reject the plans” for the rebel federation.
Under the eliminated plan, top clubs will be guaranteed participation every season for 23 years with Get a big financial profit while giving up the English game.
More to follow …
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