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Manchester United Fan Cuts Up Season Ticket After Club Announces Plans To Join European Super League

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Manchester United Fan Cuts Up Season Ticket After Club Announces Plans To Join European Super League

A Manchester United fan has sensationally cut up her season ticket following the club's plans to join the European Super League.

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Twitter user @UnitedAmyDoc shared a video of herself destroying her season ticket amid talks of the European Super League coming to fruition.

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She tweeted: "Held this since 1995. @ManUtd will not get another penny from me whilst you're part of this shit OR owned by those twunts. #GlazersOut #SuperLeague #heartbroken."

A powerful visual which pretty much sums up the reaction among fans.

Her decision to rip up her season ticket was applauded online - which included support from rival fans.

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One wrote: "Respect from a Spurs die-hard. I feel the same way."

A second said: "We have to stick together as fans after this."

A third added: "My hear is broken too Ames... I really hope the bottom falls out and owners are penalized in such a way that they will sell."

Image: PA
Image: PA
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The European Super League has been met with widespread condemnation with United legend Gary Neville pulling no punches in his assessment of the new competition.

Speaking after his former side's 3-1 victory over Burnley, he said: "In the wake of Covid, it's an absolute scandal.

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"Manchester United and the rest of the big six clubs who have signed up for it should be ashamed of themselves."

Neville took particular aim of the inclusion of Arsenal in the 'big six', which is based on the clubs' size and financial resources rather than recent achievement.

"The European Super League, are Arsenal in that?" He asked. "They've just drawn with Fulham! And Manchester United are drawing with Burnley. I must admit, I can't concentrate on the game, me.

"They should be docked, all the six teams that have signed up to it. Deduct points off them all - to do it during a season, it's a joke."

Topics: Football News, European Super League, Football, Manchester United, Premier League

Nasir Jabbar
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