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Everton Fan Argues Why European Super League Could Be A 'Good Thing' For Other Premier League Teams

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Everton Fan Argues Why European Super League Could Be A 'Good Thing' For Other Premier League Teams

An Everton fan has called on Premier League supporters to be "strong" and be "brave" as they made a compelling argument supporting the controversial European Super League.

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However, one Everton supporter believes that the European Super League could be a "good thing" and "liberate football from the monopoly" of the Premier League's big six.

The Toffees fan insisted that there is "nothing to be scared of" as they boldly claimed that they would happily 'push [them] out to this separate league.'

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The Everton supporter told talkSPORT: "I think this could be a good thing. I think this could be a chance for us to liberate football from the monopoly that is these six clubs that think they think they got hold of football.

"This is a chance for us to rewrite the rules, whether it be a 51 per cent, whether it be a wage cap... whatever it may be. The cards are on the table now, their colours are shown.

"We know what we're up against, and if they need pushing towards the door, I'm pushing [them] out to this separate league. Let them go and do it. Be strong, be brave, there's nothing to be scared of.

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"For every Man United, there's a Leeds United. For every Arsenal, there's an Aston Villa. For every Tottenham, there's a Huddersfield.

"These teams could be replaced with teams that have got a rich history and a very big fan base. Alright, not a global fan base, but don't be scared. Don't be intimidated.

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"And I hope the FA know that most fans in Britain have got their back and they're backing the government, they're backing the FA to take sanctions against these clubs because the vast majority of people have got their back and we wanna see something done on this."

Everton have released a powerful statement against The Super League and accused the Premier League's big six of "acting entirely in their own interests" and "tarnishing the reputation of our league."

Featured Image Credit: PA/European Super League

Topics: European Super League, Football, Premier League, England, Everton

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