Manchester United executive co-chairman Joel Glazer has pledged to increase investment in the transfer market in a statement released by the 20-time Premier League champions on Friday afternoon. The Glazer family have come under significant criticism in recent weeks after the failure
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes believes the Glazers must ‘put something back into the community’. The Americans have come under fire in recent times, with fans protesting against their ownership. But, while that’s the case, they appear to have no plans to
Joel Glazer sees himself as a big Manchester United fan, according to reports. The American has come under fire in recent times, with fans wanting him and his brother to leave the club. And it’s claimed they’ve already rejected one takeover offer
“There’s huge discontent, not just across Manchester United fans, but I think for football fans up and down the country and I think they are just saying enough is enough. “The Glazer family have been resilient and stubborn for many, many years.
At present fans are consulted through the fans forum with nine supporters invited to talk to the club. Ed Woodward conducted one last week in the aftermath of the failed attempt to join the European Super League. MUST, who have stressed that
Gary Neville and Roy Keane both expressed support for the protests while performing punditry duties for Sky Sports. Neville said: “This is a consequence of the Manchester United owners’ actions two weeks ago. “There is a general distrust and dislike of the
Manchester United were due to face Liverpool at 4.30pm. However, the match has now been called off after supporters stormed Old Trafford. There were chaotic scenes at the Theatre of Dreams earlier today, with Sky Sports pundits left shocked by what unfolded.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists the club’s owners the Glazers are on his wavelength despite the vast majority of fans wanting the American billionaire brothers to sell up. Protests were held outside Old Trafford last week with supporters demanding that
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has stressed that Ed Woodward’s successor must be appointed on merit rather than sentiment, with the controversial executive vice-chairman set to step down from his role at the end of the year. Ajax chief executive and