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Fan unrest at the thought of domestic leagues being gutted and sporting merit being put to one side so a few owners can get a bit more cash was enough to put an end to the competition before it ever really got started.
This has left some very red faces, and in the case of one 'well known sport store' - a large amount of unusable shirts.
According to the Daily Mirror, shirts for each team saying "European Super League" and "New Era" on them were made - only for the competition to be almost entirely disbanded days later.
The 72,000 jerseys have been snapped up by Wholesale Clearance UK, who buy up stock that other companies no longer want. More info on the shirts can be found at their site.
Clearly not official merchandise, the shirts are pretty poorly designed and make you wonder who gave the OK for them. For example, the Manchester United kit has decided to entirely miss off 'United' from their name.
Even if the Super League had been set to go ahead, it is unclear who would have bought them - especially as they were apparently set to be sold at £29.99 each.
They are now set to go on sale at £2 each.
A spokesperson, possibly trying to think of any reason someone would buy one of the shirts, told the Mirror: "We have been tasked with the challenge of finding buyers for football shirts promoting the European Super League.
"Unless you have been living under a rock the past couple of days it was created and subsequently disbanded in the space of two days.
"With this in mind we have an exclusive one-off offer.
"A 'new era' the shirts say, but now the Super League has been sidelined, these are limited-edition time capsules of the worst 48-hours for any football fan.
"So if you want to be a proud owner of one of these shirts to remind yourselves of how terrible the owners still are, now is your chance."
Is there any chance they will seel a single one of these?
Featured Image Credit: Wholesale Clearance UK
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