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Manchester United Withdraws From European Super League as Woodward Resigns

Manchester United and football fans across the world are happy after the club announced its withdrawal from the European Super League.

Taking to its social media platform of Twitter, Manchester United released a statement on its withdrawal.

“We will not be participating in the European Super League.” Manchester United.

“We have listened to the reactions from our fans, UK government and other stakeholders. We remain committed to working with others across the football community...” Read part of the United's statement.

Either, the club announced that its Chief Executive Vice Chair, Ed Woodward will resign at the end of 2021.

Woodward had joined Manchester United in the year 2006 and he has served the post for 16 years.

Reacting to his resignation, Woodward said: “I am extremely proud to have served United and it has been an honour to work for the world’s greatest football club for the past 16 years..”

The resignation of Woodward will bring joy to United fans who in the past have always criticized his role at the team which many felt that he is the reason behind United's poor performance.

How do you welcome the news of United's withdrawal from the European Super League and the resignation of Woodward?

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