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Sir Jim Ratcliffe shows up Glazers as INEOS chief takes action after watching Man Utd | Football | Sport

They said: “During 18 years of debt, decay and mismanagement, Manchester United fans have loudly and consistently called for change at our club. When the so-called strategic review was announced nearly a year ago, it finally appeared that the sale of the club was on the horizon, potentially bringing the new investment and new direction MUFC so clearly needs.

“Against that backdrop, fans have very mixed feelings today. We welcome the investment from a boyhood red, Sir Jim Ratcliffe and his Ineos company, but many will wish his ownership stake was greater than the initially rumoured 25 per-cent.

“But with the Glazers still in charge, people should understand that United fans will remain sceptical and wait for the proof in the pudding.”

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