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United - Massive Takeover Proposition!

The Sunday Mirror`s back pages contain an article that cannot fail to attract your attention if you`re a Manchester United supporter.

It implies that our famous club could be on the verge of being purchased, lock, stock and barrel by Qatar Holdings

With FIFA, rightly or wrongly, awarding the 2022 World Cup to Qatar, the country is suddenly becoming a major focal point when it comes to football.

Qatar Holdings, an investment vehicle for the Qatari royal family, are said to be prepared to put a massive 2.5 billion into securing the club with Sir Alex Ferguson being given an unlimited transfer budget.

Whether the Glazer Family are prepared to sell, at this price, remains open to debate but with the Red Knights consortium being told they`d need in excess of 1 billion to strike a deal the initial prospects of ridding United of the American influence does look quite favourable!


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The Journalist

Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday December 19 2010

Time: 12:06PM

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sell outs!!!!
spursman79
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19/12/2010 12:54:00

Yea right I wished...
TheFamousNo7
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19/12/2010 20:37:00

It will happen sooner or later, United being the biggest club in the world. Who ever takes over, will buy a supremely run institution, and get a good return on investment every year. It will help United compete in the transfermarket thats has been ruined by Chelsea, Real and City. Hopefully Ferguson is still in charge once it happens, because he will surely not sucomb to the way structures that are an utter joke in Real and City (with the exception of Rooney). United are lucky in the sense that any player rated as a world class player wants to join circus man *****e, and with the incredible history United will always be able to attract the best players and not pay them very stupid money. The take over will happend, just a matter of when.. Football has been destroyed by money.
nordkap
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19/12/2010 22:05:00

It should say wage structure, and no world class player wants to join City, look at the carbage the bought, and the biggest joke is that their so called hero, cant wait to get the frag out there, the even tried to dump him back on United, haha what a joke.
nordkap
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19/12/2010 22:09:00

 

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