The three clubs say they have received "unacceptable" threats from UEFA and FIFA since the project collapsed just two days after it was announced last month.
The website for the failed European football Super League venture remains accessible on Wednesday 21 April, after most of the founding teams backed down from plans to form a breakaway competition, drawing the anger of FIFA, UEFA, politicians and especially, fans.
Football's new frontier or greed on steroids? Outrage abounds after the announcement that 12 of Europe's most powerful clubs are going through with their decades-old threat to wrest power from the federations and start a North American-style closed league. That would mean no more danger of missing out on a spot in Europe the following season and those pesky minnows that could upset the established order would be all but gone. Is it for real this time?
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Solomon Fowowe talks about the arrival of the controversial Super League arrival and the sudden sack of Tottenham Hotspur F.C.'s coach José Mourinho.
Football enthusiasts react in front of Arsenal's Emirates Stadium to the plans by six of England's biggest clubs to join forces with top Spanish and Italian sides to form the basis of a breakaway European Super League (ESL). The plans put forward by Manchester United, Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham have been hit by widespread condemnation by the UK government, governing bodies, fans and former players.