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Buyer beware: Apple’s interest in Man United follows DECADES of corporate failures in US sports


Apple’s reported interest in buying Manchester United has been predictably well received by Red Devils fans, who think of the current owners’ tenure like a 17-year root canal.

‘There is euphoria within the United fan base right now,’ The United Stand contributor and long-time supporter Adam Scott told British news channel, GBN.

Since buying the club in 2005, the American Glazer family has been criticized as disinterested, incapable, and unwilling to improve a team that has historically ranked as one of the best in Europe.

Not only is Manchester United facing a decade-long title drought – particularly troubling for a club that won five Premier League titles in the first eight seasons of the Glazers’ reign – but its future prospects aren’t encouraging. Old Trafford, the division’s…



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