Traitors, snakes, liars. The death of football. The craziest 72 hours in sporting history.
All this – and more – has been said about the extraordinary events that had fans baying for blood and threatened to change the beautiful game forever.
But the European Super League was dead in the water before the first ball could be booted. Yet the fallout continues as fans and commentators accuse club owners of caring more about money than the game and the supporters who live and die by it.