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14 May 2021 18:40
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    The six rebel English clubs have made a stunning backtrack and now there are calls for the owners to sell up

    The six rebel English clubs have made a stunning backtrack and now there are calls for the owners to sell up


    Manchester United, Manchester City. Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham have all bowed to pressure from fans and have withdrawn from the European Super League which was launched barely 48 hours ago.

    Former Liverpool player Jamie Carragher says he like most fans are as angry now as they were when the ESL was announced.

    He says there's nothing left for Liverpool's owners Fenway Sports Group.



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