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John W Henry Says He Alone Is Responsible In Apology Video To Liverpool Fans

Ryan Sidle

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John W Henry Says He Alone Is Responsible In Apology Video To Liverpool Fans

Liverpool owner John W Henry has become the first owner of any of the Premier League's 'Big Six' to appear publicly, with the American apologising for the European Super League.

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Fans of the club, along with those of Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal, were vocal about not wanting to be part of the Super League.

On Tuesday night it seemed that fan power had won the day as one by one the English clubs backed out of the competition with statements.

Only Arsenal's statement had any apology to the fans but on Wednesday morning Henry appeared in a video to apologise to fans for the 'disruption' 'he alone' caused with the decision to enter the Super League.

Despite the apology however, lots of fans are not buying what Henry had to say and it seems that he has lost the support of many of the fans.

On Tuesday night, following the announcements that Manchester City and Chelsea were backing out of the Super League, Jamie Carragher called for FSG to leave Liverpool.

"I actually think the situation with Liverpool's owners is that l don't see how they can continue," Carragher said on Sky Sports following Chelsea's draw with Brighton.

"They can't just leave the club, obviously, the business is worth a lot of money.

"But I don't see a future for the ownership of FSG at Liverpool on the back of this."

Featured Image Credit: LFC/PA

Topics: Liverpool, European Super League, Football, Premier League, Jamie Carragher

Ryan Sidle
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