Nothing has united football fans more than the announcement on Sunday night of the new 'European Super League,' a competition so continental only three countries are represented.
Pretty much the only person who has spoken about it publicly that is in favour of the breakaway competition is Real Madrid president Florentino Perez, and he's one of the 12 greedy club chiefs who came up with the idea.
Leeds fans turned up at Elland Road on Monday night to protest the arriving Liverpool players, and fans of the Reds also shared their own disgust at Anfield.
Wolves official Tik Tok account has joined in with their own demonstration against the top six, hilariously mugging them off to the sound of Vanessa Carlton singing 'And I'll miss you,' as each member of the top six messes up against Nuno Espirito Santos' team.
Whoever at Wolves is running the Tik Tok account seriously deserves a pay rise as it isn't the first time they've mugged off one of the big six.
Back in December, the social media account posted a brilliant video of Granit Xhaka attempting to defend against Adama Traore.
The match didn't go too well for the Gunners, as they lost 2-1 to Wolves, it's no wonder they're trying to get away from the Midland's club, and everyone else in the Premier League.
It wasn't a good weekend for the Super League clubs at all, with only five of them actually securing victories in their domestic games.
Spurs drew with Everton on Friday evening, City lost to Chelsea in the FA Cup on Saturday, Arsenal drew with Fulham, Juventus lost to Atalanta, Inter drew with Napoli and Real Madrid drew with Getafe on Sunday, and finally Liverpool drew with Leeds on Monday. Real super guys!
After Jurgen Klopp's side lost more points in the now irrelevant race to finish in the top four, Leeds striker Patrick Bamford became the latest player to speak out against the Super League, and was joined by Liverpool's James Milner.
So all in all, everyone hates the Super League!
Featured Image Credit: Tik Tok
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