Their vision is to secure meaningful permanent ownership of MUFC by suppoerters. So they think the best thing for the biggest sporting brand on the planet is for it to be owned by some sort of fans quorum!
Nobby, the overwhelming numbers of match going fans disagree with you and MUST.
I'm not criticising IMUSA as I haven't seen what they've done yet, why would I avoid criticising them? Same with the fanzines, indeed there a new fanzine last night called Red Army which is frankly shocking.
I understand you're not the brightest spark in the engine and you have admitted struggling to get your point over.
I also not you are indeed UTD 4 EVER and his other guises from 606. Demonstrated by that strange knack of not leaving a space after a full stop. Remember when you said we'd all be proved wrong about the Red Knights? How did that one work out?
It is him Merry, only person I ever saw on 606 who neglected to leave a space after a full stop.
And when you add the intellect situation and his views then it's too much of a coincidence.
Anyway, will be fun to watch the regular 3 monthly implosions.
The Glazers are looking to recoup some of the debt by selling shares in the Asian marker and they have just got a sponsorship deal for the training kits, the first of it's kind. On top of that, you have won league cups, league titles, the champions League, etc since the Glazers have been around plus you have spent a large amount of money in two or three of the transfer windows too. I think these protest groups need a re-assessment!
The glazers have been around for over six years and have witnessed several protests in forms of marches, clothing, etc and none of it as worked. I think they have proved that they are not going anywhere, especially as a result of the fans actions.
Liverpool got to this stage (although it was the same with the protest groups still) after a couple of years. the only action taken that hurt the owners was the contact with various banks with withdrawal threats to stop the providing the owners with new loans. That didn't stop them, just prolonged it enough to enforce the sale.