3 thoughts on “How Manchester United can set a new record

  1. This is exactly the same feel I am getting. The media would like to picture us as jumping on every “free” band wagon and sell our assets to recoup cash. To add insult to injury any cash realised would be used to finance the Glazer’s debts rather than that of the club.
    I am not quite sure that our club is running at a loss. Just because the club changed from a public ownership to private does not justify making losses overnight. I do not quite know how it is at your end, but over here, public companies are not as tax efficient as private ones. Private companies find many creative ways to cut down their profits. I managed to get hold (from MANU official website) the club’s financial statements, which were used for the recent bond issue and it appears to me that the club has a healthy cash generation because losses are registered after charging hefty amounts in respect of amortisations and depreciations, subjective costs!!! Hadn’t this been so how can anyone explain the oversubscription of the bond issue?
    However, I would only put my mind at rest when SAF signs at least two top names and replaces anyone leaving with another top name, because we deserve the best!!!

  2. I dont thinkk so, we already have enough old players staying on the bench we dont need others.
    And not always the free transfers are good at all.

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