I don't see how that works.
The biggest barrier is getting players to drop their stupid wage demands, why united are looking at upping Bruno's wages when he is one year into a contract god only knows. No one needs to earn 300 grand a week, I'm sorry it's obscene. Thats probably 10 years salary for nurse, think about it. 1 week kicking a ball = 10 years of 50 - 60 hours a week saving peoples lives.
Players fee's dropping I don't see helps much. That's kind of robbing Peter to pay Paul.
You can also be anti glazer, like me, but don't really see a better viable opton. So getting them to change is my way forward.
New billionare owners will be the same, floating all the shares, we did this, it wasn't liked and we don't know who is buying them for what gain, or the Saudi's.
I also see people saying they want the Glazers out while still expressing the views on what transfers they should do. If an owner is being ousted, he's highly unlikely to invest money in the team. Sorry, but if you want them out, don't bang on about transfers, the two ways of thinking don't compute.
Yesterday 10 people were arrested taking the total to 18 and the police are still looking to speak to 36 men who they've released photos of in relation to this investigation.
You have to wonder why so much money is being spent on this investigation into a one off protest that resulted in a fairly small amount of criminal damage to the clubs property and a few minor injuries.
Feels very much like they're trying to send a message to people not to try this sort of thing again because on that day the police were caught with their pants down by football fans.
Also, if you speak to anyone that was there that day the violence only started once the police decided to move in on crowds up to that point there had been very little incident it was only when people were forced back that things started to get violent with objects being thrown.
They're gonna say that aren't they, and I guess it was the Police's fault that 100's of fans striving for their 15 minutes of fame broke into the stadium and got the match against Liverpool called off?
Or 100’s of fans prepared to voice their anger at a business that they feel is abusing its customers loyalty by not acting in its best interests.
No doubt a few deserve a slap on the wrist for what they did on the day but they are being charged with violent disorder and being subjected to dawn raids. That sort of stuff is normally reserved for very dangerous individuals
Getting a game called off when the club they say they support already has a game every 2½ days is in the clubs best interest is it?
Those charged will get a suspended sentence at worst and a few thousand more likes on facebook, or whatever platform they put themselves forward as a champion of all Man Utd fans. If it wasn't so sad it would be embarrassing. Spoiled entitled attention seeking pricks the lot of 'em.
Screw the game it didn’t matter what our owners tried to pull off was a disgrace and the fans rightfully put a stop to it.
These owners have done a lot more harm than good and any protest against them is worthy in my book.
The owners are too easy a target, and I say that as someone who was a p*issed off as the next man/woman at how easy it was for them to take control of the club.
They are the only target. They've run the club as a for profit organisation against the best interest of the supporters from day one and they have put people in charge who aren't up to the job of running a successful football club.
The rot starts at the top and until that changes very little below it will change the success on the pitch must be at least equal to the financial stability of the club in terms of decision making. Just look down the road at City their owners realised they know nothing about football so they went and hired a load of guys from Barcelona to run the club for them. After Fergie went Utd had to think in a similar way but they didn't instead we've got an investment banker and his mates from uni making all the big decisions over how the club operates.
We are still paying their mortgage on the club every year and every year they pay themselves a salary and dividend for the pleasure knowing that idiots like me are addicted to their product so I'll keep coming back for more no matter what they do.