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Nothing new here but this is a theory i heard from a friend that I reckon has great ground for being told.
Jist of it is, magnier buys up more stock , uses this as leverage to sort out horse dispute with Fergie. Stock price rises as Leprechan yank also buys up shares.
Magnier already agrees a sum with yank for his share in club. Stock price continues to rise, when horse dispute is sorted, magnier sells stock at profit but just below share price, everybody wins!!!!
Writing short hand cause im in work!!!
 
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it's not a bad theory, really don't think the Irish lads will sell though, themselves, Glazier, Desmond and a few others might form a consortium to take control of the club. As for Fergie's lifetime contract, Glazier said the same about the coach of the Bucs when he bought them, and then fired the guy shortly after.
 

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As for Fergie's lifetime contract, Glazier said the same about the coach of the Bucs when he bought them, and then fired the guy shortly after.
:howler: :howler: :howler: thats just sad
 

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Glazer 'considering options' on United

American businessman Malcolm Glazer has refused to rule out a bid to buy Manchester United.

Glazer, who last week increased his stake in the club to 16.31 per cent, said he is considering his options and could increase his shareholding or sell his stake in the club.

A statement released to the Stock Exchange this morning read: "The Malcolm I. Glazer Family Partnership notes the press speculation resulting from its increased shareholding in Manchester United Plc.

"The Malcolm I. Glazer Family Partnership is a long-time and enthusiastic supporter of Manchester United.

"The Malcolm I. Glazer Family Partnership has acquired shares in Manchester United because it has great admiration for Manchester United's rich history, loyal fans, great players, outstanding managers, winning tradition and for investment purposes.

"As with any investment, it is considering its possible options, which may include increasing its shareholding or decreasing its shareholding in Manchester United.

"It could also include a possible offer for or a possible sale of its shareholding in Manchester United.

"Contrary to press speculation, no financial adviser has as yet been appointed in connection with its investment in Manchester United.

"The Malcolm I. Glazer Family Partnership will make a further announcement when appropriate."

Glazer increased his stake in United less than 24 hours after John Magnier and JP McManus did the same thing, fuelling rumours of a takeover war between the two camps.

The decision by the Irish pair not to take up the full stake of Dutch media tycoon John de Mol was seen as a sign they are not interested in buying the club outright.

Glazer's stake leaves him some way behind the 28.8 per cent Magnier and McManus hold through their Cubic Expression company.
 
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