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03 May 2021 12:12:11
Are there any rumours of the Glazers even considering selling up?

And is there anyone in the frame to buy the club?

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1.) 03 May 2021 13:00:11
I'll check down the back of the sofa and see if I can scrape together a spare 4bn😂.

{Ed014's Note - your word count on this site can’t be far off 4 billion Shappy 😉


2.) 04 May 2021 08:48:47
Bill Gates' Mrs, I hear she's coming into money.


3.) 04 May 2021 19:31:28
Wildest of unfounded rumours:

What if SAF meeting with PSG owners was related to a possible takeover?


4.) 05 May 2021 16:40:52
He just wanted to buy a Saudi horse.


5.) 05 May 2021 20:16:07
Or get a free drink at the bar.


 

 

16 Feb 2021 22:11:49
Hi Ed
Is there any plans for a new contract for OGS or do the club have a successor in mind.
Thanks
Alex.

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{Ed002's Note - I am not aware of any decision being made.}


1.) 17 Feb 2021 10:00:49
The club tend to not make decisions like that until the end of the season. In Ole's favour there is no obvious replacement, all the established managers look quite settled, leaving only an up and coming manager where you are taking a chance.


2.) 17 Feb 2021 09:49:24
Well the club will not pay to release a manager from their current contract so probably best looking at who is currently unemployed.

Fortunately Big Sam has a job now, so we could be looking at Tony Pulis, Nigel Pearson or Eddie Howe. However, if Gareth Southgate leaves the England job after the impending Euro's then expect his name to be in the frame.


3.) 17 Feb 2021 14:42:57
Shappy so more of the same I guess. We can't be so generous of letting everyone have a crack at the job.


4.) 17 Feb 2021 18:51:23
usual candidates are bound to be mentioned in the tabloids. wonder if naglesman could be in the mix.


 

 

24 Jul 2020 19:40:48
Hey Eds any truth in Coman either on Loan or permanent?

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{Ed002's Note - I understand a third party has suggested Coman as an option to Sancho and Ferran Torres.}


1.) 24 Jul 2020 21:00:22
Interesting thanks Ed.

Out of curiosity, in your opinion who is the better player out of the 3? I’ve never seen Torres play and, if I’m honest, haven’t seen great deals of Sancho.

{Ed002's Note - They are all young and are each different - Sancho would be the easiest fit, Torres could be difficult.}


2.) 24 Jul 2020 21:03:02
Ed002 is he a cheaper option so to speak?

{Ed002's Note - Yes he would be.}


3.) 24 Jul 2020 21:42:45
Ed002 how to rate coman in comparison to Sancho?

{Ed002's Note - He is behind the curve.}


4.) 24 Jul 2020 22:56:00
Coman burst on the scene and never kicked in. He’s had 2 big clubs already and not made a lasting impression. That’s all we need to know.


5.) 25 Jul 2020 06:04:19
Eric, The bigger issue with Conan is his constant injuries which are the major reasons for him not being able to make a "lasting impression" at all the 3 big clubs he has played for. I don't think a move to the more physical league would help his injury issues.

If he could stay fit I am sure he would make a good impact.


6.) 25 Jul 2020 08:18:06
Could say the same about Phil Jones.


7.) 25 Jul 2020 08:39:54
Not many players have PSG, Juventus and Bayern Munich on their CV by the age of 24. He clearly has a huge amount of talent. He does prefer to play on the left which doesn't make him an ideal alternative to Sancho as we are looking for a right sided player.

However as Deependra has pointed out his injuries have stopped him from progressing as he should have done.

Last time we signed a talented but injury prone player from Bayern Munich it ultimately didn't work out so well.

Potentially great player, but not quite what we need and his injury record is a huge concern.

Steer clear I'd say.


8.) 25 Jul 2020 10:33:25
To my point above. No thanks - we carry enough sick notes as it is. He should go to a less physical league.


9.) 25 Jul 2020 13:46:36
If we sign coman, our first choice front 3 would still be rashford, martial and greenwood which i have no problem with.


10.) 25 Jul 2020 10:44:37
Just as an addition for you guys. I think he's already stated he might retire from football if he gets one more serious injury.
Personally, I wouldn't want my club getting him at this point. He looked a great talent, but never really kicked on.


 

 

24 May 2020 12:35:56
With what we have minus Pogba, Rojo, Jones, plus:
Saul, Sancho, Grealish
(Or similar level)

Next summer
Haaland, Koulibaly
(Or similar level)

Raul Jimenez, Ighalo etc signings will support and add depth. Good direction of travel.

With excellent prospects in Greenwood, Garner, Laird, Mengi, Hannibal with Levitt, Williams too. It is fair to say we need better planning for a path to the first team but there’s some quality depth there to challenge the first team.

Utd are well placed with or without Ole. Better prepared than for a long time. If they can solve the football management side out even better.

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1.) 24 May 2020 13:08:26
Avoid Koulibaly. He is nearly 30 now amd would cost near £100 million. If you spend money like that one player, he needs to be a lot younger than he is for it to be worthwhile.


2.) 24 May 2020 13:42:55
One of the major aspects that might play a part in dragging the club out of the doldrums is our academy.

Potentially we could name a side like this: Henderson, Laird, Mengi, Bernard, Williams, Garner, Levitt, Mejbri, Ramazani, Greenwood and Hoogewerf

Of which only Greenwood and Williams could say they are already established in the first. While we also have academy players like Tuanzebe, McTominay and Rashford in the first team squad.

Now obviously not all of those lads will make it at the club, but there are quite a few with a really good chance of making it as at least squad players some as first choice players. Henderson, Williams, Tuanzebe, Garner, Mejbri, McTominay, Rashford and Greenwood could all be first choice players within the next 2-3 years. While players like Laird, Mengi and Levitt also have a good chance of stepping up into squad roles.

That gives the club a great platform to work from. Add to that players such as DDG, AWB, Maguire, Shaw, Fred, Bruno and Martial who could well be key first team players for the next few years at least. Then the core of a very good squad is there.

2 or 3 top class additions this summer and we have the makings of a league winning side. But more due to the quality coming out of our academy more than anything.


3.) 24 May 2020 16:31:15
Which 2 or 3 signings would they be Shappy, that could see us win the league next year?


4.) 24 May 2020 17:33:19
Sancho and Saul would be game changers for me.
Both so good with possession and on counter.

You can see what type of play we want to go forward with from the type of targets.


5.) 24 May 2020 19:43:47
Mad hatter totally agree re Koulibaly. He is a very good player but he is nowhere near the quality of Van Djik or Laporte. Must be younger and better options. I would be tempted to let Bailly have a full season.


6.) 25 May 2020 12:58:25
Mumbles I didn't necessarily mean win the title next year. My point was more that we would have so many quality young players that we wouldn't necessarily need to sign too many more top players to have a squad capable of winning the league, we would just need some of our players to reach their potential.

In three years time a front three of Sancho, Greenwood and Rashford could arguably be the best in the league if not Europe. While Henderson looks like the best English keeper, and we still have DDG. AWB has the potential to be one of the best full backs in the world, and is probably already the best 1v1 defender. While we have players like Bruno, Fred, Maguire who'll be 28-30 and in their primes, players like Shaw, Tuanzebe, Lindelof, Bailly, McTominay, James etc who'll be in their mid-twenties, and young players who might be stepping up to being first team regulars such as Mengi, Laird, Williams, Garner, Mejbri and possibly Bellingham.

So if we sign Sancho, a top young DM, and a top young CB this summer then we will have the core of a great squad that shouldn't need too many other players brought in to complete it. Maybe just a squad player here and there or someone if one of the younger players doesn't work out how we hope.


7.) 25 May 2020 21:22:10
Yes I would agree with all that Shappy. I'm very excited for the future of our great club I must say I think we are in great shape. The foundations are all there and we just need to sprinkle it here and there but we definitely have a strong spine coming to the side. It's been a slow process but I do finally see things falling into place. I just can't wait for things to be back to normal to finally go to the game again.


 

 

29 Jan 2020 15:13:06
Hi Ed002 would you happen to know who are the forward players Utd are looking at for January? It would seem they’ve cast a wide net with rumours of Silmani?

Also are some of these random names due to the third party working for Utd checking in on availablities?

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{Ed002's Note - I cannot answer about the timings of transfers but can tell you where I know of some level of interest. Aleksandr Sobolev is the only one of the original players that the club were considering buying that cannot be discounted as the others have moved or are not moving right now. The club have, with Spurs, Burnley and RBL, taken a look at Vedat Muriqi but I cannot see him moving this month.


1.) 29 Jan 2020 18:07:15
*searches Sobolev on YouTube.


2.) 29 Jan 2020 19:16:30
Just did. Sign him up! :)


3.) 30 Jan 2020 07:29:28
Would he brake his nose to score a goal?


4.) 30 Jan 2020 23:58:58
Big, burly looking lad, with an awareness of where the goal is in tight positions. Looks the type who would, UR.


 

 

 

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09 May 2021 16:18:08
Quick thoughts on the game:
- Lindelof not good enough, at fault again, weak man defending again, his positioning with AWB seems off.
- Fred and McTominay not good enough with the ball, pretty good without it and need one very very good single pivot in the summer. I actually think Garner might be better than these two. They offer almost nothing with the ball.
- AWB not sure about him, positioning seems off with Johnny Lindelof as mentioned, not enough going forward (although the got an assist, I think he's just as liable to give the ball away when he has possession) and would welcome Trippier at the end of the season as competition.

Pogba, Shaw, Cavani and Greenwood all playing well again.

Rashford doing Walcott again today, decision making of a young Pete Doherty at times.

Sounds a bit negative after so many games and a 3-1 win but I see it as more areas we can improve on.

Overall positive but easy to see where we can improve.

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1.) 09 May 2021 17:07:32
What a centre back pairing we could have had if only Mike Smalling stayed to play with Johnny Lindelof 😂

Agree with everything else though!


2.) 09 May 2021 18:40:05
Rashford and wan bissaka with assists today.


3.) 09 May 2021 20:27:23
Wan Bissaka has looked a lot better in recent games. Until now he hasn't added a great deal, although I keep hearing the rumours about him being the best one on one defender in Europe. Who makes up this crap? People who only watch the Premier League I suspect. There are a hell of a lot of better fullbacks out there.


4.) 09 May 2021 20:54:48
Spenno how many right backs are better in 1v1 situations than him?


5.) 09 May 2021 21:49:49
Spenno,

If there are I don’t know of any.


6.) 09 May 2021 22:51:03
Thought we won easily again.


 

 

22 Apr 2021 23:09:27
Thoughts on Rangers and Celtic joining the Premier League and or League Cup?

I'm all for the League cup. not for the EPL unless they start at the bottom.

Feel like it would destroy Scottish football and would need to go with some wider changes like Ed002 has mentioned such as regional league and less professional clubs.

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1.) 23 Apr 2021 09:58:51
Maybe in the early 2000s it would have made a lot of sense as if I remember correctly both were really strong and had some great players.

However, off late it really is just the two of them. The quality has fallen off a good bit in Scotland I think? I don’t watch the games just going off what some friends say. Not sure it makes sense anymore, but it would be interesting.


2.) 23 Apr 2021 10:15:08
In light of the ESL debacle this past week I see very little chance of this happening any time soon. The Scottish teams (other than Rangers/ Celtic) would not vote for it as it would destroy the Scottish game from a revenue point of view. I don't see how the English clubs (outside of the 6 ESL teams) that would vote for it considering the statements they have made this past week.
An expansion across England/ Scotland for all clubs might have been an option but with the political landscape the way it is up North it could be that independence is back on the agenda which surely would prevent this as well.


3.) 23 Apr 2021 10:55:15
Hi utd Road and caolan.
Both clubs have the fan base and potential to be top clubs. However due to the finances available to them they can't compete on the European stage and their current squads would struggle in the epl.
I'm of am opinion that there should be combined league structure of maybe 3 divisions for the likes of the Dutch Belgian scots Polish maybe even french and Portuguese leagues. All those ladies really are struggling and only have 2 or 3 teams dominating in each country. It could become a very powerful and competitive league. None of their current leagues are.


4.) 23 Apr 2021 18:31:12
No. Just no.


5.) 23 Apr 2021 23:47:18
Caolan, Scottish football has been a two horse race for longer than most people remember. The last time a team other than Celtic or Rangers won the league, I was just starting school and Sir Alex was their manager. I am now 41 and the rest you know.


 

 

20 Apr 2021 20:18:04
Not saying this one of the best days of my life but.

Woodward gone
Glazers to sell
Stock price falling
ESL out

Oh my days.

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1.) 20 Apr 2021 20:26:21
Glazers to sell?

{Ed014's Note - Kroenke to join him in doing so hopefully


2.) 20 Apr 2021 20:28:43
Who would have thought Ole would outlast Woodward.


3.) 20 Apr 2021 20:32:33
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I wouldn't get too happy we don't know what sanctions or punishments the club may get for this debacle yet.


4.) 20 Apr 2021 20:40:29
UEFA already said this morning that if they quit the ESL all would be forgiven. I expect that FIFA and UEFA would be more than satisfied with the embarrassment and humiliation caused to the clubs involved, and it basically kills off the break away for years to come.


5.) 20 Apr 2021 20:49:51
Don't care they deserve it. 50+1 all the way from here.

Just the start, we won the battle now we go to war.


 

 

13 Apr 2021 19:06:11
How good is Luke Shaw at the moment?

Ole, the coaches and Luke deserves some credit.

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{Ed077's Note - Still very shaky and inconsistent defensively. Lots to improve still IMO.}


1.) 13 Apr 2021 19:47:16
I think he's improved dramatically.

In particular I think his passing has come on loads.

Defensively his positioning and reading of the game needs work but I don't think Maguire is great at that either and emphasises the issues.


2.) 13 Apr 2021 20:01:36
He is definitely in the top 4 or 5 lbs in the league.
Tierny chillwell Robertson shaw and castagne are all very good options.
Shaw has been one of our best performers all season.
His fitness is good and he has added a good end product in the final 1/ 3 this season.
Of course everybody concerned deserves credit for his play.


3.) 13 Apr 2021 23:20:23
Gets caught out defensively far too often

Definitely improved especially going forward but is caught out by the better attacks.


4.) 13 Apr 2021 23:38:46
Don't agree with this at all. Against City, Liverpool Shaw has regularly been exceptional for us defensively. He plays with a calmness and confidence that has transformed his game. He is now on a par with the best in the league.


5.) 14 Apr 2021 07:16:57
In a really good run of form at the moment, defensively he's been solid, doesn't switch off as much as he used to.

Goings forwards is where I've seen the most improvement, accurate crossing, incisive passing and really good overlaps.

Just goes to show how players can improve and play to their potential with confidence and also how important partnerships are in football. People lament how much rashford and maguire play but its allowed them and shaw to build some good partnerships on that left hand side.


6.) 14 Apr 2021 10:11:51
Well seeing as only KDB, Bruno, Grealish and Mount have created more goalscoring opportunities this season in the EPL, I think its fair to say from an offensive perspective he is the best LB in the league this season.

Is he poor defensively or do we just have a poor defence that has limitations in the way we set up?

We set up with narrow almost inverted fullbacks, which does mean on occasion players can ghost in from wide positions around the back. I would imagine this is part of our defensive strategy to make sure our CB's are exposed or left too open. For Shaw he is having to combine this narrow defensive shape with overlapping wide left when attacking. It's a complex role and he's doing a great job at both ends of the pitch all things considered.

This season Shaw is fighting it out with Rashford for our second best player behind Bruno.

{Ed077's Note - Shaps Shaw doesn't close down his opponents anywhere near enough for starters even when he is back in the defensive half, and thus a lot of the crosses come from his side.


7.) 14 Apr 2021 11:11:42
Ed077, to be honest if I was coaching them I'd be telling them to stand off them and not commit yourself. Make them try and whip a ball in with old Slabhead in the middle and see what luck you get.

Much rather that then for your full backs to dive in and miss the ball, suddenly you have a quick player running at pace towards Maguire with no shielding.

If you have quick, mobile centre backs who are comfortable coming wide and then you can risk your full backs being more gung-ho and diving in to win the ball.

However, if your centre backs are slow and immobile then the last thing you want is your full backs diving in and risking a player coming at pace able to isolate your CB's in the box.

While a few crosses come in from those wide areas, how many goals have we actually conceded from those crosses?

The thing is unless you have an absolute world class defence you will always be looking to mitigate your defensive weaknesses. That's working as a defensive unit, covering for each other and limiting your opponent.

Most of the goals we concede come from either a silly defensive mistake, or a pull back to a late runner in the second phase of an attack. This is often when players have been doubled up on in the wide areas.
Such as Shaw closing down the winger, the winger checks back and passes to their fall back who then plays the ball across the box to an on rushing midfielder.

{Ed077's Note - closing down opponent doesn't mean diving in like a headless chicken. Just stop the crosses from coming in by not giving time and space to pick out their man. But I am happy to bow down to your superior understanding of the game.


8.) 14 Apr 2021 11:38:11
Wafflers at it again.


9.) 14 Apr 2021 12:26:10
All i know is in the games against Sheffield United at home and west brom away, we did not close down quickly enough for the goals.

The second sheffield united goal scored by burke i think was abysmal defending from about 6 players.

We would still be in the title race if it wasnt for those two games lol.


10.) 14 Apr 2021 14:07:08
Ed077, superior understanding is a little far to be fair😂.

My point is the moment a player advances from the defensive line they become isolated and can be played around.

Think of how the Italians are well known for their defensive tactics and liken it to that of the Roman legions and how they would attack and defend as a unit, even locking their shields together.

The key to the idea is that you stay close to eachother and give no space for the opposition to isolate a player/ soldier. It's about strength bin numbers.

The idea of having our full backs play narrow and have two CDM's in front is to stop there being space centrally, to deny access to our penalty area with the ball at a players feet. It forces the opposition to play balls into the area via crosses etc rather than advance their with the ball at their feet.

Which suits out defenders. The issues are the defensive mistakes and the non-tracking of runners in the second phase.

Singh always glad to see you post, adds so much to the site😘😂.

{Ed077's Note - I really did mean it. I am happy to concede that you, or any other guy can have a different perspective which can be better or more correct than mine I.e superior understanding. (It might be wrong choice of word from me..)


11.) 14 Apr 2021 18:20:34
If a defensive coach was telling the full backs to let crosses into the box, he'd be sacked immediately. Its the first thing you're taught as a fullback.


 

 

09 Apr 2021 17:23:10
If Cavani goes and Haaland is unattainable what is the opinion of Ronaldo coming back for 2 years?

Personally I don't see Haaland ever coming to Utd and will move around Europe like Zlatan.

I don't see many options and not sure Greenwood is ready.

I'd be kind of delighted but equally skeptical.

Just a bit of a fun, what if.

There's a few rumours he could be off at the end of the season and Real Madrid looking at him as a stop gap if Mbappe doesn't happen.

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1.) 09 Apr 2021 17:52:29
Personally I don't think Ronaldo coming back is a good idea, his cost would be astronomical and I'm not sure he would have as big an impact is such a physical league like the EPL anymore.

Serie A is much slower paced and less physically demanding, and even then you can see the drop off in his impact. Plus he picks up a few niggly injuries.

Personally I think Greenwood is ready to start playing a bigger role as a striker rather than wide right.

He will never be ready to play as a striker if we don't play him as a striker. He needs to learn the role, but there is no school to send him to learn, he must learn to walk the walk by walking the walk.


2.) 09 Apr 2021 19:15:14
Too old too costly and won't work hard enough pressing to help defend.

{Ed077's Note - Do we press that much though?}


3.) 09 Apr 2021 22:07:49
Can’t see a mega move for Haaland or Kane or Ronaldo bless him, but the teenager Greenwood is nowhere near ready to be Utd’s main man up front. I suspect a bargain swoop for a lesser known player or another short term deal with a more affordable journeyman.


4.) 10 Apr 2021 00:21:10
Its a tough position to play up front for united. No chance of haaland at all imo. Kane is a remote possibility but highly unlikely. I can see him going to poch and psg if he leaves which in turn could see mpappe clear to go to Madrid.
It will be an interesting summer I can see a mad shampooing scramble after the euros and approaching deadline day.


5.) 10 Apr 2021 13:55:14
Spenno, what age was the teenager Rooney ready to play, when was the teenager Ronaldo ready, when was the teenager Giggs ready, when was the teenager Best ready, when was the teenager Rashford ready?

Haaland turned 20 this season, Sancho, Mbappe and Junior Vinicius all played regularly for top sides while still teenagers, Greenwood turns 20 in October.

What ever happened to the "if you're good enough you're old enough" mantra that has been synonymous with our club.

Rashford was playing most weeks for us when he was Greenwoods age.


6.) 10 Apr 2021 13:55:32
cant see a mega priced frontman to be fair - andre silva, or some big powerful alternative like the young lad at fiorentia with a face like a welders bench - sebian i think.


7.) 10 Apr 2021 14:16:42
Shappy I am not referring to Greenwood's age as being the problem. He is simply not in the class of any of the other players you mention. Not even close.


8.) 10 Apr 2021 15:19:28
I agree he needs to play Shappy, but we need an out and out striker as well. He can play right and gain valuable game time. Lots of opportunities for him to play 9 as well. But not good idea to pile the pressure of being the only 9 at the club.

He is in the class of those players. He is top draw and looking forward to seeing what he becomes.


 

 

 

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18 Apr 2021 00:03:41
Trippier makes a lot of sense as cover and someone to bridge time while laird develops or not.

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11 Apr 2021 01:06:57
Would be a good signing.
I don't think we want or need a kante type but more a ball player.

Rice would be good but expensive, Neves makes a lot sense.

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05 Apr 2021 19:38:48
Garner looks a really tidy player.

2 year loan to Brighton as a sweetner for Bissouma?

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24 Mar 2021 16:19:15
With the money the club makes we should be able to buy Mbappe and Haaland.

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18 Mar 2021 16:55:25
I hear you 77 and to your point perhaps Bailey is an option.

I just think we should target based available no more Lindelof and Fred types.

Eyes will be on the new team.

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07 May 2021 20:21:49
I think we should play as many English players as possible and do them no favours ahead of the Euros and start push the players to withdraw for future friendlies if they are jaded.

It's a disgusting thing to do by the FA, I hope no one gets injured and I hope the protests get another one or two called off too.

I'd play weakened teams in all the games bar Liverpool and the final now.

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02 May 2021 21:14:51
I remember plenty of anti glazer chants and times when the stadium had a decent covering of green and yellow, it doesn't do anything.

Empty seats on TV will look horrific. Won't hurt their pocket as most will be season ticket.

I'm torn on today yet the game was called off, the club's name will be in the mud with sponsors, advertisers and bookies. That will hurt over time and reduce sponsorship.

I won't lie part of me hopes this happens at every game until they go, don't really care if they get called off, they're all dead rubbers. Honestly I have been barely interested since ESL and only felt emotionally invested last week when we were 1-2 down last, really wanted Ole and the lads to break the semifinal funk.


I think after today this is the start and many could be attracted to attending future events especially as it warms up and pubs reopen. Could easily see 20k there in future weeks.

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02 May 2021 21:35:35
So called fans is a bit much.
Most will be local lads with ties going back through parents and grandparents. Take nothing away fans living further away, I can just emphasise and understand their emotional response but don't excuse any violence or vandalism (not seen anything really) .

I do agree to some extent with your idea, though.

What about a form of Owners licence? Out of all the owners who would legit pass the fit and proper
, If reassessed now and after Newcastle's takeover was forced off. Sovereign wealth funds, Russian Oligarchs, Potless Americans?

Not sure how you would control or move them out maybe on but would reduce investment and competition.

But could lead the way for fan Ownership.

Any news of the Red Knights from back in the day? I could imagine Jim Ratcliffe looking if the deal was good but not out of any love for the club. Also pretty funny and harsh on Fred.

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02 May 2021 21:18:12
Latest was their tribute to the babes. Honouring their memory by pursuing the ESL and following traditions. or words to that affect.

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02 May 2021 19:19:43
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I think that's better yes but not possible today.
Hopefully the plastics and tourists get the message too and stay away.

I think the uncomfortable truth is I'm not sure the Glazers will care.

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{Ed014's Note - it’s whether it’s at all possible UR but that will be the outright best thing for me