Tottenham Hotspur fans were disappointed the club joined the separatist European Super League before stepping down two days later.
Spurs have joined fellow Premier League giants Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United in withdrawing from the European Club Association.
Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Juventus, AC Milan and Inter Milan have also pulled out as they sought to set up a new competition.
Some Tottenham supporters protested against ENIC owners and chairman Daniel Levy ahead of Wednesday’s Premier League home win over Southampton.
They want the club to be sold, but that probably won’t happen anytime soon.
Levy is not ready to leave a club in which he has invested 20 years of hard work and in which he has a stake.
There are theories in the financial industry that the appointment of Jose Mourinho as head coach was part of a plan to make Tottenham attractive to potential buyers.
According to Athletic’s Jack Pitt-Brooke, anyone looking to buy Spurs would likely have to shell out over £ 2bn.
Football Insider has claimed that a Tottenham takeover or partial buyout was on the cards ahead of their ESL fallout.
Owner Joe Lewis is reportedly actively looking to sell the club and a 50% buyer was found late last year.
However, the partial takeover collapsed after investors pulled out of negotiations with Levy unwilling to lose control of Spurs.
The Tottenham president has fallen out of favor with fans, but it is questionable whether they have the power to force him and the owners to cash in on the club.
In other news, the Spurs star responded to calls from fans to replace Mourinho.