Boris Johnson He was one of the first political leaders To oppose the Super League A few hours after the official official birth, the British Prime Minister, according to a reconstruction of the British newspaper ‘The Guardian’, not only knew for days about the activities of the 12 clubs, but even gave his permission to participate in its English formation.
Meeting between United and Premier’s partner
A revelation that is causing a lot of unrest on Downing Street. According to the British tabloid, in the days leading up to the birth of the Super League, Boris Johnson’s close confidante would have met with Manchester United’s chief executive Ed Woodward. A few hours after the project sank. At that meeting, according to the restructuring, Woodward would give the Red Devils the green light, and thus the other five clubs in the Premier League: Manchester City, Tottenham, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool. Johnson will be forced to clarify the episodes and his behavior, and may have suggested a fan riot as soon as the clubs announced.
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