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Share via Email Possibly the lowest point in the English football authorities' limp efforts to do or say anything about the buying and selling of our great clubs was reached shortly after the Glazer family succeeded in their bitterly contested takeover of Manchester United in May The family's acquisition had been opposed by the directors and most of the fans, who argued that the Glazers had no discernible connection to the club and were planning to load it with the costs of their takeover. United's dashing title win last season and the cash spent on new players this summer have created a general impression that the takeover has done the club no harm. Armchair fans around the world may be oblivious to the debt, but at home United fans are indignant about the steepling season-ticket price rise, announced just as the richest ever TV deal pours into the Premier League.
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