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The spark for the protest by Manchester United fans at Old Trafford might have been the deeply unpopular Super League, but it also highlighted an underlying unhappiness with the club’s owners, so I thought it might be interesting to look at the finances under the Glazers #MUFC
#NotAPennyMore @adidas @chevrolet @TeamViewer @Aon_plc @Kohler @aeroflot @apollotyres @CadburyUK @CanonMedical @CasilleroDiablo @ChivasRegalUS @DHLUS @GulfOil @hcltech @Konami @Marriott @OfficialMauiJim @MelittaUSA @MlilyOfficial @RemingtonUK @Swissquote @TAGHeuer @VisitMalta https://t.co/YIJhxzCeXX
Buying Manchester United would cost a cool estimated £4bn. Jim O’Neill, a successful banker and United fan, was linked with a possible takeover in 2010 and will no doubt be seen by fans as an ideal head of any new ownership vehicle. #MUFC https://t.co/eX3uyuU0Ym
There’s the article for you all yourselves 🤷♂️ - https://t.co/kcxPZkPqBD
For anyone who doesn't understand why the Manchester United fans are demanding new owners: 1) The Glazer ownership has cost #MUFC close to £2bn in lost money on interest and fees. 2) Glazers only owners in Premier League to pay themselves dividends. 3) Club is £600m in debt.