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posted on 4/3/21

Ed: "The progress made by Ole and the players this season is clear and our thriving Academy and Women’s team are also adding to the optimism we feel about the future on and off the pitch.”

posted on 4/3/21

It’s not all bad news lads

The "Club’s November launch on TikTok achieved the fastest growing following of any football club on the platform"

Happy days

posted on 4/3/21

That debt figure makes me so fooking angry even all these years on. Absolute scandal how they were able to buy this club without actually paying for it.

I'd dance on the guys grave if given the chance. Twice.

posted on 4/3/21

Richard Arnold says United helped 93,000 people during pandemic, inc NHS and through Foodbanks.

comment by RB&W (U21434)

posted on 4/3/21

I’m expecting a rather quiet transfer window for United this summer.
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Basically what Ole said the other day.

Its now down to the academy to provide under these Covid times.

posted on 4/3/21

A quiet transfer window is all we need but given the impact of covid I'm not surprised. Probably will take 12 to 18 months for Utd's balance sheet to return to pre covid levels on the proviso OT returns to full capacity next season.

@ SE85, probably the only thing I'd ever agree with you. The debt burden on Utd makes me sick but it's sustainable I guess because of the strong balance sheet. I'd prefer Utd to not have it, imagine what we could do with the money currently used to service the interest.

Glazers own Utd and can do what they wish, just wish their appetite for winning cups and titles was as strong as their greed for using Utd as a bank! Imagine a serious owner with money who loved the game!

posted on 4/3/21

Thought they would be worse than this, it isn't too bad considering the Pandemic

posted on 4/3/21

comment by Constantinople (U11781)
posted 24 minutes ago
It’s not all bad news lads

The "Club’s November launch on TikTok achieved the fastest growing following of any football club on the platform"

Happy days
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I'm expecting Ole and Ed to be releasing something that goes viral. Ed is a serious mover!

posted on 4/3/21

comment by Plump Pumped (U22314)
posted 13 minutes ago
A quiet transfer window is all we need but given the impact of covid I'm not surprised. Probably will take 12 to 18 months for Utd's balance sheet to return to pre covid levels on the proviso OT returns to full capacity next season.

@ SE85, probably the only thing I'd ever agree with you. The debt burden on Utd makes me sick but it's sustainable I guess because of the strong balance sheet. I'd prefer Utd to not have it, imagine what we could do with the money currently used to service the interest.

Glazers own Utd and can do what they wish, just wish their appetite for winning cups and titles was as strong as their greed for using Utd as a bank! Imagine a serious owner with money who loved the game!
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Not true. We probably agree on more than you realise.

I'm just still behind our manager and you're not. That's all

posted on 4/3/21

Matchday revenue down 94.2% (£3.2m)

How can you have any matchday revenue when there's no crowds?

Creative accountancy.

posted on 4/3/21

Good thing we are clever in the transfer market.

posted on 4/3/21

comment by Boris 'Inky’ Gibson (U5901)
posted 19 minutes ago
Matchday revenue down 94.2% (£3.2m)

How can you have any matchday revenue when there's no crowds?

Creative accountancy.
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Made the players pay subs before each game.

posted on 4/3/21

comment by Barf Vader (U15867)
posted 25 minutes ago
comment by Boris 'Inky’ Gibson (U5901)
posted 19 minutes ago
Matchday revenue down 94.2% (£3.2m)

How can you have any matchday revenue when there's no crowds?

Creative accountancy.
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Made the players pay subs before each game.
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Would anyone have paid for season tickets?

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Diafol Coch 77 (U2462)
posted 7 hours, 11 minutes ago
comment by Barf Vader (U15867)
posted 25 minutes ago
comment by Boris 'Inky’ Gibson (U5901)
posted 19 minutes ago
Matchday revenue down 94.2% (£3.2m)

How can you have any matchday revenue when there's no crowds?

Creative accountancy.
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Made the players pay subs before each game.
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Would anyone have paid for season tickets?
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Would membership count?

posted on 5/3/21

GoFundMe page?

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Boris 'Inky’ Gibson (U5901)
posted 54 minutes ago
GoFundMe page?
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https://uk.gofundme.com/f/operation-mbappe-haaland

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Don Draper's dandruff (U20155)
posted 21 minutes ago
comment by Boris 'Inky’ Gibson (U5901)
posted 54 minutes ago
GoFundMe page?
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https://uk.gofundme.com/f/operation-mbappe-haaland
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A special mention to Fat Joe, Matt Smith and the 2 anonymous donors for their unbelievable optimism.

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Boris 'Inky’ Gibson (U5901)
posted 13 hours, 19 minutes ago
Matchday revenue down 94.2% (£3.2m)

How can you have any matchday revenue when there's no crowds?

Creative accountancy.
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I imagine staff being furloughed has probably accounted for the 6%.

Gives you an idea about how much money they make on a match day after staff costs I suppose.

But then again having a Bertie talking about cooking the books is like taking a lecture about child minding from Jimmy Saville.

posted on 5/3/21

comment by Glazers_Out (SE85) (U21241)
posted 38 minutes ago
comment by Boris 'Inky’ Gibson (U5901)
posted 13 hours, 19 minutes ago
Matchday revenue down 94.2% (£3.2m)

How can you have any matchday revenue when there's no crowds?

Creative accountancy.
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I imagine staff being furloughed has probably accounted for the 6%.

Gives you an idea about how much money they make on a match day after staff costs I suppose.

But then again having a Bertie talking about cooking the books is like taking a lecture about child minding from Jimmy Saville.
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Did you charge the staff for being furloughed?

A bit harsh

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