European Super League
League said it will consider “the most appropriate steps to reshape the project”.
Prime minister tells football officials in a Downing Street meeting the breakaway plans are “anti-competitive”.
“I don’t want to be overdramatic but I do think it’s the end of the sport that we love. It truly is."
Will the PM live up to his "take back control" mantra?
Supporters unfurl banners that read “Created by the poor, stolen by the rich” and "Say no to Super League".
Boris Johnson is looking at new legislation and shaking up ownership models in bid to stop new competition.
It makes sense to reduce the Prem down to 18, or even 16 teams. It would mean the TV and prize money can be shared between fewer candidates and therefore mean more dosh in the pockets - if that doesn't swing the chief executives I don't know what will.
The pair are locked in a long-standing personal duel which stretches back to their time at Inter Milan, when they occupied the San Siro hot seat in direct succession to each other. As Mourinho celebrated a famous treble win during his second season in Milan, Mancini complained that his Portuguese successor was taking undue credit...