Ed Woodward resigns as Man Utd’s Executive vice-chairman
Manchester United Executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward will resign at the end of 2021 as confirmed by Manchester United with a released statement.
Moreover, Ed Woodward is still actively doing his job with his resignation taking immediate effect at the end of 2021.
Ed Woodward who held talks with the Glazers family considering his future at the club has agreed he would step down from his position at Old Trafford at the end of the year, but the publication was imminent and was made available on Tuesday evening.
Following the latest news where the English Premier League “big 6” have decided to withdraw from the inaugural edition of breakaway European Super League, Ed Woodward will be taking on another life adventure. A massive decline of the European Super League plans by the fans, football pundits and governing bodies across Europe led to the withdrawal from the Super League by the Premier League “big 6”.
Recently, Manchester United abdicated from the European Club Association (ECA) on Sunday, 18th April 2021 and Ed Woodward immediately left his UEFA positions he spearheaded.
ShyScore understands that reasons why Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward resigned was solely due to a mutual and amicable decision and not by any chance in connection with the breakaway European Super League saga hovering the sport media.
In addition, Ex Manchester United defender Gary Neville who is always a strong critics of the Executive vice-chairman and the club owner reacted passionately about the resignation of Ed Woodward on Twitter with a wave emoji tweet.