Last Friday FC United of Manchester’s new Broadhurst Park home ground was officially opened with the fans and owners able to see their stadium in all its unquestionable glory for Portuguese giants Benfica’s visit.
The American had been in poor health since suffering two strokes shortly after seizing control of the Old Trafford outfit in 2005 after a controversial £790m takeover
Non-league side owned and democratically run by its supporters formed in 2005 after Americans the Glazers took over United
Breakaway club was formed in protest at Glazer take over of Manchester United in 2005
Big business ruining football for fans: Democratic FC United lead way against likes of Manchester United
Club to make fresh start at new ground in Moston
Show us the money! Manchester United Supporters Trust call for £150million spending spree after rich-list slip
United drop out of top three for first time
The 50-year-old Scot takes over on July 1
Manchester United Supporters’ Trust: ‘Safe standing would improve match day atmosphere with no risk of danger’
MUST CEO Duncan Drasdo believes Hillsborough report reveals standing possibility.
Manchester United debt lowest since Glazer takeover after falling £77million with colossal sponsors and floatation
Debt falls below £400million for first time.
My Big Mouth: Manchester clubs’ changing fortunes and City Sheik’s lasting legacy… the Etihad campus
MM’s Andrew Bardsley looks at Manchester City and United over the last 13 years.
Fulham fans set to show support for Manchester United faithful’s anti-Glazer campaign by wearing green and gold
Some fans to wear green and gold scarves in away end.