They killed the Super League despite the best efforts of the banks and the biggest European soccer clubs:
Plans for a European Super League have officially been suspended after all six Premier League clubs announced their intention to withdraw from the controversial £4.6bn scheme.
On Sunday night, 12 European clubs pledged their support for the controversial breakaway competition that threatened to drastically change the football landscape in England and across the continent.
Six clubs from England – Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Spurs and Arsenal – had agreed to join the league, while three teams from Spain and Italy apiece – Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Juventus, AC Milan and Inter Milan – made up the remaining six places.
However, just 48 hours after the monumental announcement did the European Super League begin to unravel, with England’s participating clubs each releasing statements announcing their intention to step away from the competition.
Imagine what would be possible if conservatives took their politics, and Christians took their faith, as seriously as European soccer fans take their sport.