INEOS Blames Ed-Woodward & The Glazers for Man Utd Poor Performance in Recent Years

INEOS Blames Ed-Woodward & The Glazers for Manchester United Not Being Successful In The Recent Years
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Manchester United's minority shareholding team and the director of the football operation, Ineos, have condemned the Glazers and the club's Chief Executive Officer, Ed-Woodward for the poor performances of the club in the past few years.

Ineos chief, Ratcliffe while blaming Glazers and Ed-Woodward for Manchester United's poor performances said:

When Sir Alex Ferguson retired and David Gill stepped down from his role in United, The Glazers gave Ed-Woodward more power and they promoted him to CEO of the club as he was crucial on their takeover negotiations about United in 2005.

Ed-Woodward's main objective was not performance on the pitch but off the pitch with commercial deals and selling jerseys as much as possible.

He was not a "football first" and the club made some of the biggest mistakes in his regime.

He was the one leading negotiations with Dortmund for Sancho in the first summer when we tried to sign him Sancho had a ‘personal agreement’ already agreed with a wage of around £150k per week. But when he didn’t reach an agreement with Dortmund over the transfer, Sancho’s agents realized that United would come again calling the next year and that they could ask for whatever they wanted in wages.

The next year they asked for £300k per week and big bonuses for them, and Ed-Woodward agreed to that. He increased Sancho’s wage from £50k per week in Dortmund to £300k per week!

He gave Anthony Martial who has not completed a full season for the last 6-7 years without getting an Injured game in and games out a new deal of £250k per week.

He gave Di Maria a wage of £350k per week from £150k per week that he was at Real Madrid.

And the cherry on top, he offered Alexis Sanches a wage bill of £450k per week, even though he knew that he didn’t want to play for our club and only money was the motivation for his move to United.

The level of mismanagement at this club is next level, it will take time for Ineos to recover from all this and fix all the mistakes we made over the years.

Do you think Manchester United can give a good football fight against the top teams during the 2024/2025 football season with Glazers still in charge of the club's ownership?

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Published 5/31/2024 11:20:32 PM

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