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Old 07-01-2015, 08:30 AM
Whip Hubley
 
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It's ten years mate, I'm moving on from the subject.

just saying the figures aren't uninteresting in terms of future policy. What's been has been.
 
Old 07-01-2015, 08:37 AM
saffers
 
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Why would the glazers sell with the adidas and chevy money seriously making an impact in the next couple of years, and of course the huge increase in CL money.

The glazers could have been convinced to sell around 2010, the amount of rumours back then were crazy. Now its dead silent, cos theyre counting their stacks.

These figure tell us that a messi deal is possible. He'd much rather join us than Chelsea, nqat.
 
Old 07-01-2015, 09:05 AM
Lazlo Panaflex
 
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Looks like the Glazers are actually a good thing?
 
Old 07-01-2015, 09:07 AM
believe
 
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Looks like the Glazers are actually a good thing?
Apart from them two years when I wanted to run around Old Trafford with their heads on a stick, I've never doubted them
 
Old 07-01-2015, 09:26 AM
red red robbo
 
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Looks like the Glazers are actually a good thing?
It looks like they might actually have pulled off their plan and will be able to make money out of United, making the club much more lean and profitable in the process.

Still not necessarily a good thing. We weren't exactly searching for pound coins down the back of the sofa everytime we wanted to buy a new player before were we?
 
Old 07-01-2015, 12:00 PM
Alan
 
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There was a guy on TalkSport discussing United, transfers, the owners etc. Last week or the week before, seemed to be convinced that we would be sold within 18 months despite the positive financials. Don't know who he was because I only caught part of it, one of them late night discussions, interesting though, personally I can't see them letting their cash cow go.
They don't really need to be spending lots of money on transfers to make the club profitable, that's the bit that doesn't add up. Seems like a sudden change in policy, which might mean they are fattening United up before a sale. Or maybe adidas told them to start signing top players as part of the new deal

The thing is though, who would/could buy United now?
 
Old 07-01-2015, 12:05 PM
dunk
 
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Why would the glazers sell with the adidas and chevy money seriously making an impact in the next couple of years, and of course the huge increase in CL money.

The glazers could have been convinced to sell around 2010, the amount of rumours back then were crazy. Now its dead silent, cos theyre counting their stacks.

These figure tell us that a messi deal is possible. He'd much rather join us than Chelsea, nqat.
Dunno. He reckoned that most of Malc's kids want rid though and only one or maybe two that are actually arsed about United in any way

I just don't see any chance of them selling though, they'd want 3-4 billion by now probably, who wants to part with that kind of dough for anything? Apple could buy us with some loose change I suppose

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Old 07-01-2015, 12:22 PM
Sufferin Succotash
 
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Why do people seem to think that the club are some sort of cash cow for the Glazers?

We are a company listed on a stock exchange ffs. They can't just take all the money they want out of the club. Their end game is to sell the club for upwards of 2b. That's how they make money from this whole sordid affair - not buy taking out 10m every couple of years in management and consultancy fees.
 
Old 07-01-2015, 12:26 PM
dunk
 
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Why do people seem to think that the club are some sort of cash cow for the Glazers?

We are a company listed on a stock exchange ffs. They can't just take all the money they want out of the club. Their end game is to sell the club for upwards of 2b. That's how they make money from this whole sordid affair - not buy taking out 10m every couple of years in management and consultancy fees.
Because they take all the money they want out of the club by fair means or foul?
 
Old 07-01-2015, 12:31 PM
HERTS_RED
 
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Why do people seem to think that the club are some sort of cash cow for the Glazers?

We are a company listed on a stock exchange ffs. They can't just take all the money they want out of the club. Their end game is to sell the club for upwards of 2b. That's how they make money from this whole sordid affair - not buy taking out 10m every couple of years in management and consultancy fees.
As soon as individual/Internet rights come in they'll sell up and will probably be closer to 3bn than 2, imo
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