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The drama surrounding the European Super League has shook the football world, as it caused a lot of tension in football over the past two days.
Chelsea have eventually pulled out of the European Super League, after fans of the club revealed their fury over the club’s intention to be part of the elite closed group.
Chelsea hero Paul Canoville wasn’t in support of the proposed plan and had blamed Manchester United for being among the key catalyst in the drama.
“I’m proud of the part Chelsea Supporters’ Trust are playing in trying to save English football and Chelsea FC’s place in it,” the former Blues winger wrote on Twitter on Monday.
“I’m heartbroken after the euphoria of the semi-final win.
“I hope Mr Abramovich can think again — it’s clearly Manchester United have caused this mess! #BoycottEuropeanSuperLeague.”
Meanwhile, Chelsea released a statement on Tuesday to confirm that the club will no longer be a part of the European Super League.
Chelsea released a statement, thus: “Having joined the group late last week, we have now had time to consider the matter fully and have decided that our continued participation in these plans would not be in the best interests of the Club, our supporters or the wider football community.”