Date: 24th May 2021 at 1:15pm
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A lot of have flocked to a post from NUFC 360, which has relayed news from the Daily Mail concerning the ’s stance on the European Super League clubs.

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They claim that Everton and Newcastle are leading the push for the big six to be handed points deductions for their involvement in the European Super League.

The report also claims that the PL board are under pressure to get this resolved by the end of season meeting in June.

This has drawn the attention of these Newcastle fans who have had their say:

Richard Masters won’t like that!”


Why are the other clubs not pushing for it hard as well? Absurd!”


The PL board are toothless as well as gutless, but personally I would deduct the “Big Six” say 20 points starting next season. Proper level playing field then for the other 14 clubs.”


Do you think the PL will punish the ESL clubs?

No, not a chance

No, not a chance

Yes, they have to

Yes, they have to

The big six were accused by Amanda Staveley last year of stopping the proposed takeover of the Toon by PCP Capital Partners, PIF, and the Reuben brothers that was withdrawn in July last year.

So it is perhaps no surprise to see the Toon leading the charge against the Super League clubs.

This post continued to draw in Newcastle fans who had their say:

In a similar way Liverpool and Spurs were pushing the PL to block our takeover? I’m all for this.”


Let’s face it, after what we have seen with our blocked takeover, the EPL are in league with the so called big 6. It’s rotten to the core.”


Nothing will happen masters will make sure of that”


It will be interesting to see how the Premier League decide to punish the Super League clubs considering they tried to ‘destroy football’ as we know it.

However, we wouldn’t be surprised if the league did very little.

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