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newsfootball2 months ago

Still remain convinced of beauty of Super League project, proclaims Andrea Agnelli

Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli has admitted that while the Super League is done, he still remains convinced of the beauty of the project even if the Super League isn’t up and running. The breakaway competition was suspended on Tuesday night after half of the founding clubs withdrew.
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newsfootball2 months ago

European Super League suspended after all six English clubs pull out

The European Super League was suspended in the late hours of Tuesday night amidst severe backlash. This comes after six English ‘founding members’ confirmed that they had initiated proceedings to leave the Super League with reports indicating that the other six clubs are set to do the same.
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newsfootball2 months ago

Reports | Manchester United chief Ed Woodward steps down over Super League backlash

According to the Guardian, and other sources, Ed Woodward has resigned as the chairman of Manchester United after the reported backlash over the European Super League. The Red Devils announced on Monday that they have accepted a proposal to join the Super League alongside five other English sides.
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featurefootball2 months ago

Explained: Everything you needed to know about The Glazers, Manchester United's billionaire owners

In light of the recent chaos caused by the creation of the Super League, we take a deep dive into the family that's at the heart of the move in the Glazer family, Manchester United's owners. Joel Glazer also just happens to be one of the co-vice presidents responsible for the Super League.
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newsfootball7 months ago

Manchester United are absolutely committed to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, proclaims Ed Woodward

In light of speculation over Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s future, Manchester United chief Ed Woodward has backed the Norwegian and revealed that the club are ‘absolutely committed’ to him. The Red Devils have endured an up and down start to their season with them sitting 14th in the league table.
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newsfootball8 months ago

Manchester United announce that they’ve lost £70m in annual revenue over COVID-19

Premier League giants Manchester United have announced a loss of £70m in their annual revenue with it shrinking by almost 20 percent by the end of the financial year as compared to previous values. This follows the trend across Europe with both Juventus and Barcelona also announcing losses.
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newsfootballa year ago

Manchester United are financially strong but I don't know how much we can spend, admits Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confessed that the coronavirus pandemic has caused a certain degree of uncertainty for Manchester United with him not sure how much he has to reinforce his side. The Red Devils released a statement in May that revealed that coffers had been hit by a substantial blow.
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newsfootballa year ago

Intention was not to leave Manchester United but board changed that, confesses Ander Herrera

Former Manchester United and current PSG star Ander Herrera has admitted that he never wanted to leave the Red Devils but that decision was fueled by issues with the club’s board. The Red Devils lost a key central midfielder last summer, when Herrera left for free, and struggled to replace him.
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newsfootballa year ago

Inappropriate to speculate about transfers for hundreds of millions, proclaims Ed Woodward

Manchester United chief Ed Woodward has admitted that while the club will look to be competitive in the transfer market, it’s inappropriate to speculate about large transfers going forward. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the transfer market into free-fall with values dropping drastically.
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newsfootballa year ago

Will not be business as usual in the transfer market this summer, claims Ed Woodward

Manchester United vice-chairman Ed Woodward has confessed that big spending in the summer transfer window may not happen especially at Old Trafford. The coronavirus pandemic has affected clubs across the world but the Premier League has been hurt amongst the worst with no pay cut in place.
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