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Manchester United owner Joel Glazer (left) and chairman Ed Woodward (right) are backing the new Super League
Manchester United owner Joel Glazer (left) and chairman Ed Woodward (right) are backing the new Super League

Off the pitch matters take centre stage in the world of sport today as football comes to terms with Sunday’s European Super League announcement. 

On top of that, Jose Mourinho’s time at Tottenham has come to an end, while Liverpool take on Leeds in the Premier League this evening.

European Super League

The proposed breakaway Super League has rocked football since the plans were leaked on Sunday, ahead of an official announcement overnight.

Twelve clubs, including Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham and Arsenal, have signed up to be founding members of the proposed tournament, alongside the biggest clubs in Spain and Italy.

But what does it mean for football? What will happen to the Premier League and the Champions League?

We have put together a guide with everything you need to know about the European Super League — and you can find plenty of reaction from the game's biggest names on the site. 

Read more: All you need to know about the European Super League

Spurs axe Jose

Mourinho has been sacked by Tottenham — just days before they face Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final. 

The former Chelsea and Manchester United manager's difficult reign was brought to a premature end after less than 18 months in charge with Spurs looking unlikely to qualify for the Champions League.

Jose Mourinho's time as Tottenham boss has come to an end
Jose Mourinho's time as Tottenham boss has come to an end

The North Londoners host Southampton in the Premier League on Wednesday before Sunday’s showpiece final against City and chairman Daniel Levy has decided now is the time to act.

You will find all the latest news from Spurs throughout the day right here on LiveScore.

Read more: Mourinho sacked by Tottenham

Leeds vs Liverpool (8pm)

Leeds welcome Liverpool to Elland Road looking for their fourth consecutive Premier League victory as they continue to impress after winning promotion last season.

The Whites’ 2-1 victory at Manchester City last time out was the standout moment in a memorable season and they will look to put a dent in the Reds’ hopes of a top-four finish tonight.

Marcelo Bielsa must now turn his attention towards the next campaign to ensure second season syndrome does not set in.

We assess what Leeds must do to make sure they build on their success.

Read more: In Focus: How Bielsa can make sure Leeds go marching on together

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