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Furious Fans Call On Premier League To Dock Points From 'Big Six' After European Super League Collapse

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Furious Fans Call On Premier League To Dock Points From 'Big Six' After European Super League Collapse

Angry football fans have urged the Premier League to dock points from the 'big six' over their involvement in the widely condemned European Super League.

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The European Super League was met with widespread backlash from fans and denounced by the likes of FIFA, UEFA and the Premier League.

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Despite Premier League teams' withdrawal, the controversy over the European Super League will have both short- and long-term effects on the sport.

Fans on social media have expressed their desire to see the big six hit with point deductions and fines as a form of punishment.

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"Dock points for the big six, fine them and ban them from competitions," one Twitter user posted.

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While another fan tweeted: "The big six should be docked 20 points. This will only raise its head again. The FA shouldn't be bullied. Dock them."

A third argued: "All of the big six should start on -6 points next season. This season throw them out of the [European] comps."

And a fourth added: "There's no way the big six should escape point deductions and punishments. The existential threat they brought to the game is unforgivable."

United co-chairman Joel Glazer has issued an open letter to fans saying that he is "personally committed to rebuilding trust with our fans" after the fallout of The Super League.

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Topics: Manchester City, Liverpool, European Super League, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, Premier League, England, ESL, Arsenal

Adnan Riaz
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