Clubs involved in the failed European Super League plan have publicly apologised to their fans and staff for their involvement in the controversial proposal.
- Plans for a breakaway European Super League collapsed less than three days after the initial announcement as clubs withdrew
- Clubs including Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal have issued apologies to their fans and those connected to the teams for joining the breakaway
- The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson and Prince William were among those to express relief at the plan’s collapse
The fallout continued following the collapse of the controversial breakaway competition within two-and-a-half days of its announcement.
Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli had…