Tottenham club officially apologizes for taking part in formation of Super League.
has announced that they will accept any decision the government makes on the football governance as the board apologizes to the fans for taking part in the formation of the
, admitting that it was against the will of the supporters.
Now, after the fans’ rough reactions, the club has expressed their regret for their involvement in the formation of the Super League.
"We wholeheartedly regret that we involved the club and that the legal process itself meant we were unable to consult our fans early on – we apologize unreservedly."
The club has also talked about a meeting with Tottenham Hotspur Supporters' Trust (THST), saying that the club supports the idea of having a direct relationship with the fans.
"The THST, with whom we have worked and, indeed, promoted, for 20 years has called for the resignations of the executive board over the ESL – individuals who have lived and breathed this club for the best part of two decades. We have offered on several occasions to meet board-to-board and discuss an open agenda – excluding a change of club ownership and the resignation of the board. Our door remains open on this basis."
Tottenham has not been the only club facing the fans’ reactions due to the involvement in the formation of new competition in Europe, and other clubs, including Manchester United, have also been put under pressure from the fans to reconsider the fans' involvement in the clubs’ decisions.