Twitter represents the nearest we have to the tribal sounds of the global stadium and the Club Social Top 20 shows the most engaged monthly tweets for every Premier League club.

Seven days is a long time in football. Over the last few weeks football fans have been acknowledged as the empowered victors and spontaneous architects behind the collapse of the short-lived European Super League.

Mainstream and social media lamented and lambasted the surprise announcement of a schism in European football, the newly-created and now-extinguished European Super League.

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Engagements per post are a sum of the native Twitter metrics: Likes + shares (retweets).

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#1. Manchester United

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Manchester United’s fact-based tweet, announcing the club’s withdrawl from participating in the European Super League was greeted with a mixed fan response.

#2. Leeds United

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The Elland Road message ‘Earn it on the pitch. Football is for the fans,‘was extended to their draw against ‘Super League side’ Liverpool and was greeted with fan delight.

#3. Arsenal

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An official, fan-centred address sparked lively debate in the quoted tweets between fans on either side of the #ESL Forgiveness debate.

#4. Wolves

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Wolves injected a lighter tone to the #ESL conversation. The club reimagined the 2018/19 EPL season without the Big Six clubs which would have dubbed Wolves the champions.

#5. Liverpool

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Liverpool leveraged a club statement alongside a unified message from ALL 24 players, ‘We don’t like it and we don’t want it to happen.’

#6. Manchester City

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The Blues struck a similar spartan tone to their Old Trafford rivals and were repaid with some excoriating fan reactions.

#7. Chelsea

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Chelsea’s Saturday victory secured them a place in the FA Cup final and engaged more fans than the #ESL conversation the following Monday.

#8. Southampton

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The Saints developed the Wolves idea of an EPL Without the Big Six and extended their congratulations as previous hypothetical champions.

#9. Everton

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Everton issued a heartfelt statement from the board which adopted a ‘saddened and disappointed’ tone around proposals of a breakaway league.

#10. Crystal Palace

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The south London club posted a message to the fans around relegation, promotion and elation; no mention of cancellation.

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