Manchester United's withdrawal from the European Super League may have delighted supporters, but they remain furious with the club and its owners.
A remarkable Tuesday saw the proposed Super League left in tatters just 48 hours after its inception as, after widespread condemnation and protest, all six Premier League clubs intend to withdraw from the breakaway competition.
Manchester City were the first club to back out and the rest followed suit just before 11pm, on a day that also saw Ed Woodward resign as executive vice-chairman of United.
United confirmed their withdrawal with the following statement: "Manchester United will not be participating in the European Super League.
"We have listened carefully to the reaction from our fans, the UK government and other key stakeholders.
"We remain committed to working with others across the football community to come up with sustainable solutions to the long-term challenges facing the game."
While the withdrawal has been welcomed, fans have been quick to slam the club for a lack of an apology or even a hint of remorse in their statement. They also made it abundantly clear that they want the Glazers out of their club.
Gary Neville has been vocal in his opposition to the Super League and says the Glazer no longer have a place in Manchester.
"Jamie’s [Carragher] just talked about FSG having no place at Liverpool," Neville said on Sky Sports. "The Glazers have no place in Manchester anymore. We have to work hard together to ensure that ownership rules in this country are changed, that we have a system whereby this cannot happen.
"Whether that’s Government intervention, independent regulator, whether it be a fan-owned club rule, whatever it is - we have to make sure that this is the catalyst for change. The people have spoken. We were on the brink of anarchy if this continued."