Carragher and Souness slam Liverpool owners FSG, Ian Wright’s scathing tweet after Arsenal’s ESL exit

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Carragher and Souness take a swipe at FSG

Jamie Carragher has questioned Liverpool owners FSG’s position following the European Super League drama.

The Reds were part of the founding members of the European Super League, which crumbled recently due to the increasing pressure from the fans.

Perhaps, Premier League’s big six, who initially signed for the new breakaway league, decided to back out of the competition.

However, despite the overturning of the decision, former Reds star Carragher questioned owners Fenway Sports Group’s continuity at the club.

“I’m actually as angry with Liverpool right now than I was yesterday that they’re still hanging in there.

“Jurgen Klopp has thrown them under the bus. Their own captain has thrown them under the bus.

“There’s nothing left for them. I don’t see how they can continue.”

Jamie Carragher: "I do not see how John Henry can come to the club ever again. This will never be forgotten. The best thing for them would be to find a buyer." #awlfc [sky]

Graeme Souness also believes that Liverpool fans won’t forgive FSG, led by John Henry, for their actions.

“I know the scousers; they will not forgive John Henry for this. I can’t see how he gets back from this, and I honestly can’t.

“How you recover from this, I’m not quite sure, because the relationship between the supporter and the board in some cases will be damaged forever.”

"They will not forgive John Henry for this, I can't see how he gets back from this." Graeme Souness thinks John Henry will have to fix his relationship with the Liverpool fans after joining the 'European Super League'

Ian Wright’s scathing tweet to Arsenal

Former English star Ian Wright has given a fitting reply to Arsenal’s post on Twitter that they backed out from the European Super League.

Like many of the clubs, the Gunners faced a lot of backlash from the fans for their involvement in the new breakaway league; however, they ended up pulling out of the competitions.

Wright’s Twitter reply read: Remember who you are, what you are and who you represent!’

He also posted a hashtag #Kroenkeout, thus taking a swipe at Arsenal’s owner Stan Kroenke.

Ian Wright tweets: Remember who you are, what you are and who you represent!

After Arsenal tweet: As a result of listening to you and the wider football community over recent days we are withdrawing from the proposed Super League.  We made a mistake, and we apologise for it.
Ian Wright tweets: #KroenkeOut