Liverpool owner John W Henry Apologizes to Liverpool fans for ESL.

Liverpool ESL, Six Sports

Liverpool football fans deserved an apology and so they got it from John W Henry, the man who was behind the operation of getting Liverpool FC into the European Super League (ESL).

It was one of the darkest days in the history of football when the European Super League was announced. The unity of Liverpool fans urged the owners of the club to reimburse their decision of participating in the ESL.

Less than 48 hours after the ESL announcement, a statement was released by the Liverpool board:

“Liverpool Football Club can confirm that our involvement in proposed plans to form a European Super League has been discontinued.”


After the withdrawal of Liverpool Football Club from the Super League, the Reds principal owner, John W Henry took on social media platforms to covey his apology for the disruption caused by their decision. He put on a video message taking full responsibility for the cause.

Apart from Liverpool, Who are the Clubs to walk on the path of Apology in regards to ESL?

Talking about the Big 6 of the Premier League. Tottenham’s chairman, Daniel Levy, expressed his apology in the form of regretting his decision. He held himself responsible for the upset he caused to fans by accepting the Proposal.

Arsenal also took on to social media accepting and calling their decision a mistake.

Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City were mundane in expressing their apologies to their fans with a short statement.

Apart from the English clubs, AC Milan’s director Paolo Maldini also apologized saying he was unaware of the project.

While Inter Milan and Atletico, who have not yet followed the road of apology but have given the official confirmation on signing off from the project of European Super League.

On the other hand Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus are yet to make any official comment in regards to the Super League. Although Andrea Agnelli, the chairman of Juventus football club admitted, the project could not proceed after 9 out of the 12 clubs had withdrawn from the European Super League.

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