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Sorry, but Daniel James is not the answer to anything at United.

We have bankers running the board room and commerce running the signings. Next season will be the eye opener for the greedy bastards.
Although, way things are being handled at the club at the minute, no desire to improve and no real intent from the owners does smack of investors setting up to sell. Maybe an offer is incoming and a change of ownership around the corner, none of what we see makes sense other than that.
 

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Sorry, but Daniel James is not the answer to anything at United.

We have bankers running the board room and commerce running the signings. Next season will be the eye opener for the greedy bastards.
Although, way things are being handled at the club at the minute, no desire to improve and no real intent from the owners does smack of investors setting up to sell. Maybe an offer is incoming and a change of ownership around the corner, none of what we see makes sense other than that.
Did you say bankers running the board or wankers @gasman .Hmmm 🤔😂😂
 

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Did you say bankers running the board or wankers @gasman .Hmmm 🤔😂😂
Glazers, don't they fit windows? Looks like it from the way they run our club.
#GlazerOut is being hammered out around twitter. There's been a campaign #unfollowunited for a quite a while to lower the clubs hit rate on social media and thwart the commercial manner in which we're run. For United it's stock market, share prices, commercial value, marketing and then football. Probably a lot more in between before the football on the pitch to be honest. We aren't a football club and haven't been since 2005, we are a cash cow who have had 1bn pounds taken out of the club and not one single penny has been put back in. Now the overriding feeling is that #EnoughisEnough search twitter for those hashtags and you will find some of the campaigns.
Hundreds of thousands of people tweeting it directly, not just United but to all of the companies who sponsor the club. Everytime one of the below posts anything anywhere, it's getting swamped with #GlazersOut and it's getting noticed. The sponsors are already blocking people and share prices hit a real low during the glazersout trend.


Enough is enough, time to get this scum out of our club and get it back on the right road.

Boycott this entire list until we're sold, almost everything any of them post is getting bombarded.


adidas - Official kit supplier

Aon - Principal partner

Chevrolet - Principal partner

20th Century Fox - Feature film partner

Abengoa - Sustainable technology partner

Aeroflot - Carrier

Aperol Spritz - Global spirits partner

Apollo Tyres - Tyre partner

Casillero del Diablo - Wine partner

Columbia - Outdoor Apparel partner

DHL - Logistics partner

EA Sports - Football Video Gaming partner

Epson - Office Equipment partner

Gulf Oil International - Global Lubricant Oil and Fuel Retail partner

HCL - Digital Transformation partner

Heroes - Formal Footwear partner

Kansai Paint - Paint partner

Marathonbet - Global Betting partner

Mlily - Global Mattress and Pillow partner

New Era - Leisure Headwear partner

Nissin Foods Group - Global Noodle partner

Swissquote - Forex and Online Financial Trading partner

Tag Heuer - Timekeeper and Global Watch partner

Toshiba Medical Systems - Medical Systems partner

Yanmar - Global partner

A. P. Honda - Motorcycle partner for Thailand

CHI - Soft Drinks partner for Nigeria

Cho-A Pharm Co. Ltd - Pharmaceutical partner for Korea and Vietnam

Donaco - Casino Resort partner for Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar and South Korea

EuroFood - Confectionery partner for Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam

The Hong Kong Jockey Club - Official partner

IVC - Wellness Partner for China

Manda - Nutrional Supplements partner for Japan

Nexon - Social Football Gaming partner for South Korea

Sbenu - Casual Footwear partner for South Korea

Uni President - Soft Drink partner for China and Taiwan

You.C1000 - Isotonic Drinks partner for Indonesia

Bakcell - Integrated Telecommunications partner for Azerbaijan

Belgacom TV (11+) - MUTV Broadcast partner for Belgium

Cable and Wireless - Quad-Play partner for the Caribbean

Eclat Media Group - MUTV Boradcast partner for South Korea

Emtel - Triple Play and MUTV Broadcast partner for Mauritius

Globacom - Integrated Telecommunications partner for Nigeria, Ghana and the Republic of Benin

PCCW - Integrated Telecommunications partner and Official Broadcast partner for Hong Kong

Sina Sports - MUTV Broadcast partner for China

SKY TV NZ - MUTV Broadcast partner for New Zealand

STC - Integrated Telecommunications partner for Saudi Arabia

TM - Integrated Telecommunications partner for Malaysia

TV 2 - MUTV Broadcast partner for Norway

VIVA - Integrated Telecommunications partner for Bahrain and Kuwait

AFB - Financial Services Affinity partner for Kenya, Ghana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Uganda and Tanzania

Banif Bank - Financial Services Affinity partner for Malta

BIDV - Financial Services Affinity partner for Vietnam

Commercial Bank of Qatar - Financial Services Affinity Partner for Qatar

Danamon - Consumer Banking partner in Indonesia

DenizBank - Financial Services Affinity partner for Turkey

Emirates NBD - Financial Services Affinity partner for the UAE

Eurobank - Financial Services Affinity partner for Serbia

Invez Banco - Financial Services Affinity partner for Mexico

Krungsri - Financial Services Affinity partner for Thailand

Maybank - Retail Banking partner for Malaysia, Singapore and Philippines
 
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Glazers, don't they fit windows? Looks like it from the way they run our club.
#GlazerOut is being hammered out around twitter. There's been a campaign #unfollowunited for a quite a while to lower the clubs hit rate on social media and thwart the commercial manner in which we're run. For United it's stock market, share prices, commercial value, marketing and then football. Probably a lot more in between before the football on the pitch to be honest. We aren't a football club and haven't been since 2005, we are a cash cow who have had 1bn pounds taken out of the club and not one single penny has been put back in. Now the overriding feeling is that #EnoughisEnough search twitter for those hashtags and you will find some of the campaigns.
Hundreds of thousands of people tweeting it directly, not just United but to all of the companies who sponsor the club. Everytime one of the below posts anything anywhere, it's getting swamped with #GlazersOut and it's getting noticed. The sponsors are already blocking people and share prices hit a real low during the glazersout trend.


Enough is enough, time to get this scum out of our club and get it back on the right road.

Boycott this entire list until we're sold, almost everything any of them post is getting bombarded.


adidas - Official kit supplier

Aon - Principal partner

Chevrolet - Principal partner

20th Century Fox - Feature film partner

Abengoa - Sustainable technology partner

Aeroflot - Carrier

Aperol Spritz - Global spirits partner

Apollo Tyres - Tyre partner

Casillero del Diablo - Wine partner

Columbia - Outdoor Apparel partner

DHL - Logistics partner

EA Sports - Football Video Gaming partner

Epson - Office Equipment partner

Gulf Oil International - Global Lubricant Oil and Fuel Retail partner

HCL - Digital Transformation partner

Heroes - Formal Footwear partner

Kansai Paint - Paint partner

Marathonbet - Global Betting partner

Mlily - Global Mattress and Pillow partner

New Era - Leisure Headwear partner

Nissin Foods Group - Global Noodle partner

Swissquote - Forex and Online Financial Trading partner

Tag Heuer - Timekeeper and Global Watch partner

Toshiba Medical Systems - Medical Systems partner

Yanmar - Global partner

A. P. Honda - Motorcycle partner for Thailand

CHI - Soft Drinks partner for Nigeria

Cho-A Pharm Co. Ltd - Pharmaceutical partner for Korea and Vietnam

Donaco - Casino Resort partner for Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar and South Korea

EuroFood - Confectionery partner for Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam

The Hong Kong Jockey Club - Official partner

IVC - Wellness Partner for China

Manda - Nutrional Supplements partner for Japan

Nexon - Social Football Gaming partner for South Korea

Sbenu - Casual Footwear partner for South Korea

Uni President - Soft Drink partner for China and Taiwan

You.C1000 - Isotonic Drinks partner for Indonesia

Bakcell - Integrated Telecommunications partner for Azerbaijan

Belgacom TV (11+) - MUTV Broadcast partner for Belgium

Cable and Wireless - Quad-Play partner for the Caribbean

Eclat Media Group - MUTV Boradcast partner for South Korea

Emtel - Triple Play and MUTV Broadcast partner for Mauritius

Globacom - Integrated Telecommunications partner for Nigeria, Ghana and the Republic of Benin

PCCW - Integrated Telecommunications partner and Official Broadcast partner for Hong Kong

Sina Sports - MUTV Broadcast partner for China

SKY TV NZ - MUTV Broadcast partner for New Zealand

STC - Integrated Telecommunications partner for Saudi Arabia

TM - Integrated Telecommunications partner for Malaysia

TV 2 - MUTV Broadcast partner for Norway

VIVA - Integrated Telecommunications partner for Bahrain and Kuwait

AFB - Financial Services Affinity partner for Kenya, Ghana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Uganda and Tanzania

Banif Bank - Financial Services Affinity partner for Malta

BIDV - Financial Services Affinity partner for Vietnam

Commercial Bank of Qatar - Financial Services Affinity Partner for Qatar

Danamon - Consumer Banking partner in Indonesia

DenizBank - Financial Services Affinity partner for Turkey

Emirates NBD - Financial Services Affinity partner for the UAE

Eurobank - Financial Services Affinity partner for Serbia

Invez Banco - Financial Services Affinity partner for Mexico

Krungsri - Financial Services Affinity partner for Thailand

Maybank - Retail Banking partner for Malaysia, Singapore and Philippines
Look at all those leetches just bleeding the club dry. Get it sorted now.
 

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You mean one big fiddle.Hmm 🤔🤣
No, he was pointing out that United's sponsors are real and not fictional companies funded by the same company to sponsor the company it owns. In other words Man City or Abu Dhabi United as the company calls itself. ;)
 

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No, he was pointing out that United's sponsors are real and not fictional companies funded by the same company to sponsor the company it owns. In other words Man City or Abu Dhabi United as the company calls itself. ;)
Yeah right 😂😂
 

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Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has signed a £200,000-a-week contract to commit him to the club until June 2023, with the option to extend for a further year
 

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Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has signed a £200,000-a-week contract to commit him to the club until June 2023, with the option to extend for a further year
He had better pull his finger out for that kind of money Joe.🤔😉
 

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Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has signed a £200,000-a-week contract to commit him to the club until June 2023, with the option to extend for a further year
This is what happens when you pay someone 500k per week if they dont perform.
Players that perform better want more money.
Lingard will be next.
Then Shaw
Then De Gea if he stays
Then any decent player coming to United will want the same or more.
They would have been better letting him go to.....................
If he could find a club that wanted him, and I dont know any other club that would pay him that sort of money.
 

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Harry Maguire isn't much better than what we have. Commercial signing for me. Has Woodwanks signature all over it.
 

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Harry Maguire isn't much better than what we have. Commercial signing for me. Has Woodwanks signature all over it.
I totally agree

Centre backs come in 3 categories
Alpha like Van Dyke
Bitch like Jones Smalling Lindelof
Reserves like Rojo Bailly

Unfortunately Maguire is another bitch

Get Ramos or Aldiwireld (would like him at Liverpool) or Godin these are Alphas
 

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Rojo Bailly
These pair make it blatantly obvious how injury prone they are, just by your assessment.
They are the two best CBs at United and two of the best around once they have enough games and build match fitness. Bailly is an absolute monster when he's fit and Rojo a violent and brutal CB with great ball skill.
Both of them spend more time injured and getting fit than anything else, which makes your assessment truer than it should be.

Looks like we will end up with Maguire. Can take that if it means Jones gets played nearly never. jones has dyed his hair blonde, so he now looks like a fool before he starts trying to play professional football.
 

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I see that De Gea is getting his 375k per week
Thats nearly 100 mill over 5 years
Sanchez
Pogba
Rashford
Wages would pay off Man Us debt
 
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