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United - Protest With Caution!

United - Protest With Caution!

I`m all for peaceful protest but yesterday, as the anti-Glazer brigade tried to force home their point, things were very close to getting dangerously out of hand.

Now it`s easy, from a distance to point the finger of suspicion as to which party was to blame for things erring towards something nasty but that`s not the point of this article.

If the protests are to continue and the moves to rid the club of those who dragged it neck high into debt are not to subside there has to be an element of caution.

Up to this point the protest has had a favourable reaction from the media, something the organizers can be proud of. But it`ll only take one major incident for the media acclaim to come crashing down around dour ears like a house of cards.

Think about it people, think about it!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Monday May 10 2010
Time: 4:42PM

Comments

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Protest for what? The glazers are great owners. They brought out the Norwich in you all.. :o)
JT_daniel
10/05/2010 16:52:00
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JT_daniel, gotta agree... they also gave us three domestic and a European title!
elvido
10/05/2010 18:12:00
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I wouldnt say great but footballing-wise they never interfered. Money-wise, well thats another story. In any case JT_daniel, some teams are not "plastic" teams and they do not consider being owned by a millionaire who's got nothing better to do, the ideal solution. Some teams have a tradition and do not seek out to buy all the best players. They will grow some of their own players and will also buy talented youngsters and make them into the best players in the world, like they did with ronaldo, rooney, giggs and scholes.
alexpant
11/05/2010 11:53:00
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Just that this silly "movement" is being misused by people for their own good, much like the Glazers, as long as we understand that there will never be any philanthropy in football. Back the team on the pitch, back the people in the club, everything else is just business!
elvido
11/05/2010 16:16:00
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the smoke bomb incident on Sunday was uncalled for - loutish behaviour!
Red Boy
11/05/2010 19:20:00
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