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While wearing the Green and Gold and turning up to matches 10 minutes late shows our annoyance at the American owners, it really does nothing at all to make them want to sell the club. As United fans, Harris is calling for the full boycotting of games and season tickets - this can hurt the Glazers in their pockets, and maybe make them sit up and see sense.

Quote from Keith Harris on Sky Sports: 'I would not talk about this if I didn't have full confidence in our ability to raise the money to do this. I never talk publicly unless I have confidence. Getting the money together is the easy bit. But we can't make an offer until the Glazers are placed in a position where they are forced to consider it.'

So where do we go from here? I for one would hate not to go see my club play football, and would it really make the Glazers take note? IF the right money is offered to the Glazers, then it makes good business sense to sell - and maybe once again we can be owned by people who have an affinity for the club, and not just looking at making a profit. Lets hope this gets resolved this season, as we will suffer in the transfer window for money and players IF we still have those ginger morons in charge...



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Writer:niteworlok
Date:Thursday February 25 2010
Time: 6:51PM

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I agree with you there niteworlok...when I first heard his plea I was thinking to myself and I think Sir Alex touched on that before that boycotting games is not a solution it will only hurt our club, and the players and our season would end up badly I think what is being done now is good enough to grab world wide attention, and slowly the image of the glazers is worsening in the eys of everyone else too and it won't be long before they cash in on their investment and invest elsewhere
ibrahiy
25/02/2010 20:27:00
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