Are the Glazers interested in United?

leonieboer

Moderator
Staff member
#1
A report from David Ornstein (very very reliable) in The Athletic today contains a quote from an agent close to United which reads: “They [The Glazers] are involved in the decision-making processes far more than you would think. Maybe it suits them and shields them to have the world think Ed does it all.”

This flies in the face of what we consider the Glazers to be - business-minded American technocrats whose specialty is the stock market rather than football.

In your opinion, to what extent do you think Glazers are involved in how the club operates, both on a micro and wider structural level? Would be interested to hear your gut feelings about this. A more detailed read is available below:

http://thepeoplesperson.com/2019/10...chester-united-than-most-think-report-209254/
 

Betty

Assistant Manager
Staff member
#2
Leo if that's true (and Ornstein is usually very reliable) it's even scarier. It's bad enough having Ed interfering in football matters without them doing it as well. So my gut feeling would be "please God, no!!"
 

Sam

Manager
Staff member
#3
A report from David Ornstein (very very reliable) in The Athletic today contains a quote from an agent close to United which reads: “They [The Glazers] are involved in the decision-making processes far more than you would think. Maybe it suits them and shields them to have the world think Ed does it all.”

This flies in the face of what we consider the Glazers to be - business-minded American technocrats whose specialty is the stock market rather than football.

In your opinion, to what extent do you think Glazers are involved in how the club operates, both on a micro and wider structural level? Would be interested to hear your gut feelings about this. A more detailed read is available below:

http://thepeoplesperson.com/2019/10...chester-united-than-most-think-report-209254/
Absolutely terrifying idea that the Glazers are more hands on than we all thought.
 
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