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Airfixx

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Well, the crayon writer Ashton no doubt spreading his influence and insider knowledge and has his new employers going for his old employer.
No-doubt driving the blatant tapping-up-by-media job over Grealish too.

The window's literally just shut; stop fucking with Villa and get on with the rest of yer season, you scummy bastards!
 

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Blanchflower

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Man United's transfer policy is now so bad they've managed to loan a player for 6 months that could wipe out their entire squad

Odion Ighalo: Coronavirus fears mean Man Utd striker will miss training camp
 

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They still have the revenue to cover this, however with dividends and directors fee resulting in previously approx £150m pa that will now bring serious problems if the Glazers continue to suck the money out in such quantities.
 

They still have the revenue to cover this, however with dividends and directors fee resulting in previously approx £150m pa that will now bring serious problems if the Glazers continue to suck the money out in such quantities.
They will continue to suck the money out until the club start making a loss then they will sell.
 
They will continue to suck the money out until the club start making a loss then they will sell.
Sure, money is the only reason they have ownership. They didn't even use their own to buy it! I think they've taken out the club approx £1b and not put a single penny of their own into it.

They haven't invested in a Stadia that's infested with mice and crumbling around them.
 
Would seem odd to kool interest in a few hundred thousand pound Newcastle and then turn to £3B United. These take overs are usually aimed at smaller, cheaper clubs who the owners can build up for cheaper than buying a massive club. Who ever owns United next will have a massive job on their hands with the debt situation the club is in and the state of Old Trafford.
 

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