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32 minutes ago, Rudy said:

Neville is a fuckin hypocrite. A shit tash high pitched hypocritical cunt. 

This is the bit I can't get my head around.

Neville and his bum chums set up Salford to cash in on the disillusioned fallout from the Glazer Munich set up and now its has come to pass he's shouting down the Glazers.

He must be as thick as shit... this must be his pay day

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3 minutes ago, Dimron said:

This is the bit I can't get my head around.

Neville and his bum chums set up Salford to cash in on the disillusioned fallout from the Glazer Munich set up and now its has come to pass he's shouting down the Glazers.

He must be as thick as shit... this must be his pay day

The opposite for me.

They've been fairly quiet for a while, and maybe those who did stay away have been watching fuckum or Salford. 

Suddenly, after ESLgate, the protests have become re energised and if they succeed, then some of those lost may go back, leaving the alternate clubs with fewer supporters.

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Man u is a global brand. The names on their shirts say as much.

It will take a lot to dislodge those big bruisers.

If you want to be a traditional match attending supporter go elsewhere. You have slept with the devil and now you have live with the consequence my old pals.

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33 minutes ago, farnworth white said:

All Pilkington staff are glad tomorrow is a Bank Holiday due to possible reprisals against glazers.

Panes staking that

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1 hour ago, Dimron said:

Man u is a global brand. The names on their shirts say as much.

It will take a lot to dislodge those big bruisers.

If you want to be a traditional match attending supporter go elsewhere. You have slept with the devil and now you have live with the consequence my old pals.

That's the essence of the issue though: the fans haven't slept with the devil, the owners have.

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19 minutes ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

That's the essence of the issue though: the fans haven't slept with the devil, the owners have.

They've enjoyed the bragging rights from the investment though. no way would they have paid 80 mill for a tortoise without the Glazers

 

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1 hour ago, Dimron said:

They've enjoyed the bragging rights from the investment though. no way would they have paid 80 mill for a tortoise without the Glazers

 

Nah, disagree on this one 

End of the day fans are fans and can only take so much 

The Anderson's got us promoted, then kept us up, doesn't mean we deserved what followed for enjoying promotion and forest

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30 minutes ago, Zico said:

Nah, disagree on this one 

End of the day fans are fans and can only take so much 

The Anderson's got us promoted, then kept us up, doesn't mean we deserved what followed for enjoying promotion and forest

Majority of the filth today were idiot kids who are up for trouble and know nothing about the owners. They should be docked points for not controlling the stadium

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7 hours ago, Zico said:

Nah, disagree on this one 

End of the day fans are fans and can only take so much 

The Anderson's got us promoted, then kept us up, doesn't mean we deserved what followed for enjoying promotion and forest

I don’t seem to remember them protesting when they won the league under the glazers, they’re currently  second in the league would they be protesting if they were a win away from winning the league. They’re now using the fallout from the ESL as a reason to protest against owners who have bankrolled them very well. 

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8 minutes ago, Rudy said:

I don’t seem to remember them protesting when they won the league under the glazers, they’re currently  second in the league would they be protesting if they were a win away from winning the league. They’re now using the fallout from the ESL as a reason to protest against owners who have bankrolled them very well. 

they have Bankrolled them yes 

but world wide United is a CASH COW 

its a win win 

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1 hour ago, Rudy said:

I don’t seem to remember them protesting when they won the league under the glazers, they’re currently  second in the league would they be protesting if they were a win away from winning the league. They’re now using the fallout from the ESL as a reason to protest against owners who have bankrolled them very well. 

They've been morning for years about things like being forced to pay for tickets for matches they don't attend  

Don't get me wrong, they've not had it bad as plenty clubs have, but the ESL thing was a big fuck you, and this is the result 

The glazers are a totally different kind of owner to city in terms of what they want out the club and what they'll do to achieve it, they'd move Utd to another city/country given half a chance

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11 minutes ago, Zico said:

They've been morning for years about things like being forced to pay for tickets for matches they don't attend  

Don't get me wrong, they've not had it bad as plenty clubs have, but the ESL thing was a big fuck you, and this is the result 

The glazers are a totally different kind of owner to city in terms of what they want out the club and what they'll do to achieve it, they'd move Utd to another city/country given half a chance

ESL was American arrogance taking over and they got it wrong.
They can’t have it both ways. The glazers are a business empire, that’s how they run the club, it’s why they’re on the stock market, they don’t make the money from ticket sales they make it from shares, sponsorships and corporate deals. Man United have been a global corporation before the glazers, the fans don’t like their business model but they’re quiet about  them when they’re winning things.

They were top of the league early this season, no glazer protests then. 

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33 minutes ago, Rudy said:

ESL was American arrogance taking over and they got it wrong.
They can’t have it both ways. The glazers are a business empire, that’s how they run the club, it’s why they’re on the stock market, they don’t make the money from ticket sales they make it from shares, sponsorships and corporate deals. Man United have been a global corporation before the glazers, the fans don’t like their business model but they’re quiet about  them when they’re winning things.

They were top of the league early this season, no glazer protests then. 

Most clubs can only dream of winning what they have in the last 13 years. They’re 2nd in the league and as good as through to a European final. They’re fkin deluded bell ends 

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4 minutes ago, Traf said:

United protests about a lack of investment into the team?

Since the Glazers took over, only City have a higher net spend.

And look at the quality of players City have bought compared to United, it’s not investment, it’s their recruitment why they are falling behind 

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Just now, Rudy said:

And look at the quality of players City have bought compared to United, it’s not investment, it’s their recruitment why they are falling behind 

Exactly.

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1 hour ago, Rudy said:

ESL was American arrogance taking over and they got it wrong.
They can’t have it both ways. The glazers are a business empire, that’s how they run the club, it’s why they’re on the stock market, they don’t make the money from ticket sales they make it from shares, sponsorships and corporate deals. Man United have been a global corporation before the glazers, the fans don’t like their business model but they’re quiet about  them when they’re winning things.

They were top of the league early this season, no glazer protests then. 

Some fans won't care, some will, i know a few who have fucked it off due to ticket policies, i know another with a corporate ST

Again, don't get me wrong, they do well out of their owners on the pitch but their owners do take the piss, so eventually some will say fuck this and kick off like yesterday  

Don't blame them 

City wouldn't protest because they were nothing, relatively speaking, before their owners came along 

But the original point was, very few were moaning when KA got us promoted and kept us up, but it didn't mean the fans didn't have the right to protest at the west brom game for example

 

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54 minutes ago, royal white said:

Most clubs can only dream of winning what they have in the last 13 years. They’re 2nd in the league and as good as through to a European final. They’re fkin deluded bell ends 

This

thats why I will never stop hating those bastards.

Media in this country are awful and should be demanding sanctions against the filth for not providing enough security. 

 

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12 hours ago, Dimron said:

They've enjoyed the bragging rights from the investment though. no way would they have paid 80 mill for a tortoise without the Glazers

 

Without the Glazers jumping onto the bandwagon, started by sky, the money levels would have been lower. Therefore they wouldn't have needed to spend £80m on a player. It's all relative: more money in means more money out in stupid transfer fees and wages.

The likes of Burnley and Sheffield utd can now thrown a fair wedge at an average player, but that's because they have to.

Take that money from the game, and Utd will still top the spending charts because they have amongst the biggest gate income.

In fact it could make it more difficult for others to compete financially, and maybe that's partly what they want.

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Aye 

And to clear 

Fuck em 

Like most protests it won't make a difference 

Any new owners would have to stump up big money to buy Utd and would more than likely want a return 

This is how it is now, too far gone to start yearning for the German ownership model

 

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