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Why did Manchester United fail in the transfer market?

Ed Woodward was a banker at JP Morgan. He helped the Glazers in their unethical takeover of Manchester United. His prize is now to be the top executive at the club. Sorry, company.

Woodward failed David Moyes in the transfer market. He ruined good relationships with many clubs. He treated players with disrespect. He failed the fans. Sorry – the club’s cash source.

It’s understandable, Woodward comes from an industry that pays itself great amounts of money for failures.

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Ronen Dorfan writes for Soccer Issue.

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2 responses to “Why did Manchester United fail in the transfer market?”

  1. SABIITI STEVEN says:

    ed ik dopopnmt even want 2 mention hiz blantant name is a blooooody fffffffffffffuuuuuu………….n PAAAAAAAAANK NONSENSEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!! I WUD THROW A PLAANNNGGGASTTTTTT ROOOTTTTENNNNN EGGGGGGGGGGG AT HIM AT ANY CHANCE

  2. mikeydtan says:

    Invisible woody, go home to American foosball, if you didn’t learn anything from fergie and gill so far, you should stick to orgies and those things papers write about bankers. You should wipe that smirk off you face and hang your head in shame for bringing a great club into disrepute.