Executives at golf equipment concerned within the failed European Super League have been forced to resign from advisory roles on the Premier League.
The transfer is a consequence of the so-called ‘Big Six’ groups trying to arrange a league which drew widespread criticism earlier than it fell aside.
The 14 different Premier League golf equipment felt betrayed by the transfer and demanded that executives concerned, together with Manchester United’s Ed Woodward, Liverpool’s Tom Werner and Manchester City’s Ferran Soriano, step down.
Woodward and Werner will now not sit on the Premier League’s Club Broadcast Advisory Group.
Soriano and Arsenal’s chief govt Vinai Venkatesham will probably be faraway from the Club Strategic Advisory Group, whereas Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck will now not be on the Audit and Remuneration Committee.
Tottenham, who have been additionally half of the short-lived European Super League breakaway, weren’t represented within the three teams, which have been launched 18 months in the past and focus on concepts earlier than they’re offered to golf equipment to vote on.
The resignations is not going to impact any of the six golf equipment’ voting rights.