Spurs joined the other five Premier League teams in leaving the newly-formed competition just two days after announcing their intention to take part in it.
The plans received a ferocious backlash from supporters of all clubs in England, forcing the almost immediate retraction of Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, as well as Tottenham.
However, the damage inflicted upon the trust between the hierarchy of those clubs and the fans has not been repaired so quickly. United’s chief executive Ed Woodward resigned on Tuesday evening, and large sections of supporters continue to protest against the leaders of their clubs.
According to Football Insider, Spurs chairman Levy is facing a battle to save his job after his reputation was left in tatters following the failed Super League venture, and the fanbase clearly hope it’s the end of the road for the 59-year-old in north London.
“I hope this is true”
“This shouldn’t be difficult, Levy dragged the club’s name through the mud, finally pulled out and didn’t even have the decency to apologise. His position is untenable, resign now.”
“No need to sack him. The new owners will do that.”
“Please go, done a lot for club but it’s time for change from the top”
“Make it happen this is what we need he’s the problem”
“Great news get him goneeee”