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Malcolm Glazer

Malcolm Glazer

Manchester United score as revenues top £200m

FOOTBALL giant Manchester United has posted a 7.8 per cent rise in annual profit as revenues generated by the club, merchandising and its media partners exceeded £200 million.

Manchester United's US owner Glazer hit by stroke

MANCHESTER United owner Malcolm Glazer has been treated in hospital after suffering a stroke.

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Manchester United profits fall by £12.3m

MANCHESTER United confirmed yesterday a £12.3million drop in annual profits to £46million. The figures represent the first to be released since Malcolm Glazer completed his takeover in the summer, but include only three months of the Glazer era.

Glazers unfazed by United's Euro exit

MANCHESTER United's surprising and costly exit from European football is being shrugged off by their American owners, with a spokesman for the Glazer family insisting yesterday that it is very much "business as usual".

Bidder eyes £404m Peacock bid

THE party hoping to land discount retail group Peacock has put a price tag of about £404 million on the firm.

Fans' plea to sponsor over Glazer

MANCHESTER United fans opposed to the takeover of their club by Malcolm Glazer have urged sponsor Vodafone to "hang up" on the billionaire businessman.

Glazers give Ferguson green light on transfers

JOEL Glazer, the son of new Manchester United owner Malcolm, has dismissed talk of a transfer budget cap and says funds will be available to strengthen the squad.

Glazers tell Sir Alex he'll get cash to splash

MANCHESTER UNITED'S new owners have assured Sir Alex Ferguson funds will be found to support big-money transfers.

Charlton apologises to Glazers for fans' abuse

SIR Bobby Charlton has apologised to the Glazer brothers for having to run the gauntlet of angry Manchester United fans at Old Trafford.

Man Utd fans give Glazers a cold welcome

ANGRY Manchester United fans chanted "die, Glazer, die" as the club's new owners made their first visit to the Old Trafford stadium.

Glazer nears Man United goal

MALCOLM GLAZER claims he now has the required 98 per cent stake required to stage a forced buyout of the remaining shareholders in Manchester United.

Manchester Utd delists from stock market

AMERICAN sports tycoon Malcolm Glazer has finally won complete control of Manchester United and will delist the company from the stock market tomorrow.

Glazer to de-list Man Utd

MALCOLM Glazer will press ahead and take Manchester United off the Stock Exchange next Wednesday even if he has failed to buy up all the remaining shares.

Glazer set to make his Red Devils a private concern

MALCOLM GLAZER has passed the 90 per cent threshold needed for complete ownership of Manchester United.

Old Trafford duo accept Glazer's share offer

MANCHESTER United chief executive David Gill has sold 11,535 shares to Malcolm Glazer's company Red Football Ltd. Group finance director Nick Humby has also accepted a cash offer of 300p per share for 2,546 shares.

Glazers get on board at Man U

MANCHESTER United said that Avram, Bryan and Joel Glazer had joined the board following the takeover of the club by Malcolm Glazer.

Old Trafford chairman quits as Glazer sons join the board

MANCHESTER United chief executive David Gill and finance director Nick Humby are being urged to resign in the wake of Malcolm Glazer strengthening his grip at Old Trafford.

Man Utd chairman threatens resignation over ticket prices

MANCHESTER United chairman Sir Roy Gardner has announced his impending resignation from the board and warned that Malcolm Glazer has failed to provide assurances over future debt and ticket prices.

Anti-jargon lobby put the boot into Glazer's baffling Man U bid

MANCHESTER United supporters battling American sports tycoon Malcolm Glazer's attempt to take total control of their club today won support from an unlikely source - the Plain English Campaign.

Glazer pledge to Man Utd fans

SPORTS tycoon Malcolm Glazer has reached out to Manchester United’s fans and investors in a bid to win support for his £790 million takeover.

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