Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward is set to receive a grilling today from investors for the club’s performances on and off the pitch, according to Sky Sports.
Woodward will take part in a conference call with investors at 1pm after Man United have announced their first quarterly financial results of 2016.
Louis van Gaal‘s side have had a disappointing season and the performances look to have taken a toll on share prices which have dropped below $14 for the first time since 2012.
When it comes to Man United, we’re all well aware that it is not run as a business first and a football club second. It’s one of the main reasons we are in the predicament we currently find ourselves and why a complete restructure of the club is needed from the bottom up.
Woodward is a business man making football decisions and it has worked to a point but with United’s identity as a title winning force diminishing, things have to change and the investors are likely to make that point very clear.