The footballing world was recently dealt with the shock of a lifetime when out of nowhere, Real Madrid's president came out and announced the creation of a new European Super League that caught many football fans unawares. It even led to the speculation that it could be behind the sacking of the 'Special One' Jose Mourinho after he allegedly protested the announcement by refusing to take his players out for training. More so, it led to the resignation of Man United's long serving and controversial vice chairman Ed Woodward. This sums up the testing times that European football has gone through in recent days. The so-called Super League that has now been suspended after a huge public roar was to consist of 12 founding members with Real Madrid, Manchester United and Juventus set to be the permanent members, with additional teams set to be added on board later. This would create an elitist league of entitled clubs that would benefit from colossal amounts of funding from foreign investors presumably the JP Morgan and co. The surprising 'big boy' absentees from this league were Bayern Munich and Paris Saint Germain who fiercely rejected this move and refused to become part of the scheme to break away from the traditional UEFA Champions League model that has dominated European football for decades. Florentino Perez, the chief protagonist behind this model cunningly said that the purpose behind this league was to 'save' the football world from the effects of the pandemic as well as the malpractices of the UEFA body, but it's not rocket science to understand that the main reason behind the formation of such league was to make money for the rich by turning loyal and passionate football fans into potential customers thus ruining the identity and integrity of the game. No wonder they have finally bulged under immense pressure and opted to suspend the commencement of the league until further notice. For sure, consequences will follow for the teams that signed up to this 'shithole' deal and for the likes of Florentino Perez, his days at the helm of the football world are numbered and he may easily follow the steps of Sepp Blatter into the abyss if history is anything to go by. For football fans around the globe, there is finally light at the end of the tunnel, and we can be rest assured the money vultures have a long way to go before they pounce on the game we all love if at all they will anyway.