The 14 Premier League clubs not involved in plans for the controversial European Super League supposedly want executives at the Big Six clubs to lose their jobs over the fiasco.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur all announced that they had signed up for the breakaway tournament on Sunday evening, but each member the Big Six had confirmed plans to withdraw 48 hours later.
Man United chief executive Ed Woodward has already resigned from his post and will leave the club in the summer, but officials at the other 14 Premier League teams have called on Big Six owners to replace their executives after lines were "trampled all over".
One chief executive told Sky Sports News: "We had been told repeatedly that they weren't setting up a Super League so after what's happened this week, we simply can't deal with these people again.
"The owners of these six clubs need to find new people to represent them at Premier League meetings. They have to be replaced. Some of these people have more faces than the town clock.
"We all disagree (on things) and we all look after our own interests but there are certain lines which can't be crossed and so many lines have been trampled all over this week."
Arsenal supporters protested against owner Stan Kroenke before their defeat to Everton on Friday evening, while Tottenham supporters have also called on their club's board of directors to resign in the wake of the Super League's demise.