They all say ‘we won’t put you into debt’. They all say it’s for the interests of the club but in the end they are all liars. I don’t have a problem with people putting money into the game, if it goes through the correct channels and it’s in the interests of football. For example AFC Wimbledon and FC United. Two clubs running for very different reasons but they have the same view. Football in one way or another was stolen from them. AFC Wimbledon has more legitimate than the reasons for FC United but it follows the same principles. They were brought, name changed was taken away to Milton Keynes. AFC Wimbledon are now in the process of nearing the Football League. FC United aren’t that far behind them, currently in the playoffs positions two leagues below, with a few games to go. If FC United do go up, they’ll enter the conference north and at this point they won’t be that far off playing some serious football. FC and AFC league places also follow the same type of patten. AFC played three seasons where FC are now before pushing for a promotion. As AFC Wimbledon are showing, there is the possibility FC United are about to follow the exact same path. With the stadium planning well under way, a promotion and a new stadium could might give FC United a bigger boost than anyone really expected. Follow AFC Wimbledon’s approach and the football league could be calling.
Stan Kroenke might say now he won’t put debt on the club but two blokes at Liverpool also did the same thing. Have the new owners of Liverpool got any debt? I don’t think anyone knows that. It’s likely hidden in Delaware. A number of months later and that’s not the case, debt turns up on your books and they did nothing to stop it. It’s been said Kroenke wants to keep the Arsenal fan share scheme in place but if its forced to go, would he allow it back? The only other area I can look at is, he’s doing this now because its very possible during the summer, any take over with debt could be outlawed. If that did happen, that’s a third major British club being pushed into debt that isn’t needed. Glazer is meant to be worth around £2 Billion but this bloke is worth less. I don’t believe he’s got just £500m in his back pocket, plus the rest he paid for his other shares. It could also be, that he’s leant money and it’s come to the point, where he has to mount a takeover to start paying it off. Using the clubs cash and income. That’s is a reason that’s floating around in the press today and to me it would make a lot of sense. They’ll do anything to get you in at first, once they are in, they’ll do what they want.
The only other interesting information is the one about a Manchester United fan called Thomas McKenna. He’s being sued by the club after they say he leaked information about their customers/sponsors etc. I don’t really see a lot wrong with that because they club have been doing the same thing. The club say he’s caused many people personal distress. Well I can say the club and the Glazers have caused all their fans personal distress every time they put the ticket prices up and use they awful security firm CIS to stop peaceful protests. To me that’s Nazi stuff because this is a free country to a point. I really do hope, a count claim is put against the club because they are picking on one bloke to scare everyone else. Let’s get this correct, the Glazers stole the club, they wouldn’t even speak to the fans, so the fans are going to make it clear by any means possible that they aren’t welcome. If you want to support the cause against the Glazers using the club to sue fans. You can buy the famous Love United Hate Glazers stickers from the MUST Stall or the MUST Marquee tonight. I recommend everyone to buy some £3 for 50. Put them on your-desk, luggage, car window, old United shirts or the back of David Gills head. Don’t put them on any AON shirts, that’s got I love Glazer written all over it. Anywhere legal and useful. Any profits from the stickers will go towards the legal funds in court.
You can also buy the stickers here…. http://www.shop.loveunitedhateglazer.com/detail/1-luhg-stickers/flypage/1-luhg-stickers.html
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