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The announcement of The Super League has sent shockwaves throughout the footballing world and has been widely condemned by the likes of UEFA, FIFA, former players and fans.
Now, one football fan took to Change.org to launch a petition to voice their fierce opposition towards The Super League as backlash continues to mount.
The petition, started by Harry Groves, has crossed the 100,000-signature milestone two days after The Super League announcement.
And 114,266 signatures have been added to the petition at the time of this writing, with its new milestone set at 150,000.
Groves wrote: "The introduction of the European Super League will change football forever.
"English football will be ruined with the top 6 entering this league. This must be stopped. The fans must be heard!"
The 53-year-old Slovenian branded Woodward and Agnelli as 'snakes,' adding that United's executive vice-chairman was "very satisfied" with the Champions League reforms.
The 74-year-old Spaniard told El Chiringuito: "The attractive thing in football is playing between big clubs, the value for television increases and more income is generated.
"It's not just the rich who want The Super League, we're doing it to save football because it's at a critical moment.
"It will become like a pyramid because we big clubs will have more money and we will be able to invest it by buying players.
"If the big clubs lose their money as is happening, the whole football system crashes as with the Champions League."
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