In April, six English Premier League clubs were among those who attempted to form an NFL-style European Super League , sending shockwaves through the world of sport. On the one hand, some Black players and football figures thought it was merely a gesture, not a serious measure to tackle racism. The EFL, which makes up the three professional divisions below the Premier League, chose the slogan “Not today or any day”. “And then I got the feeling that the EFL, the Premier League, and all these organisations had gone, ‘Here’s a powerful symbol. Over the last few years, the conversation about racism has been at the forefront of English society, and football is no exception.