Man Utd left the European Super League with a ‘pathetic’ statement of 52 words, fans plan big protests this week

Manchester United were criticized for their failure to apologize in a rude statement explaining their departure from the European Super League.

Despite chairman Joel Glazer being one of the architects of the convicted plot, the Premier League club withdrew on Tuesday evening along with five other English teams that had registered.

A day of protests, sentencing and fan disapproval led to the destruction of the European Super League project 48 hours after the establishment was announced.

At 11:00 a.m., United issued a 52-word statement explaining their position, which was described as pathetic.

“Manchester United will not participate in the European Super League.”

“We have listened carefully to the reaction from our fans, the UK Government and other stakeholders.”

“We remain committed to working with others throughout the football community to find sustainable solutions to the long-term challenges facing the game,” the statement said.

While many Red Devils supporters praised their club for the withdrawal, there was considerable outrage over the lack of forgiveness.

Even some club legends came out against United leaders for participating in the European Super League.

The protests of United fans are expected to take place this week, where their demand is the departure of the Glazer family. / Telegraphy /

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