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Manchester United staff email leaked after Dave Brailsford’s Old Trafford debut!

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Manchester United’s internal affairs took a dramatic turn as a leaked email from the club’s owners, the Glazers, surfaced following Sir Dave Brailsford’s appearance at the intense showdown with Aston Villa at Old Trafford.

Moments after United’s thrilling 3-2 comeback victory, Joel and Avram Glazer disclosed a deal with Sir Jim Ratcliffe for a 25% stake in the club. This agreement, long-awaited after negotiations that spanned over a year, signaled Ratcliffe’s compromise after initially aiming to acquire the club outright.

The leaked email, which quickly made rounds on social media, acknowledged the uncertainty among staff during the prolonged negotiations. It emphasized the importance of the thorough strategic review and finding the right partner, hinting at the strategic value of the collaboration with INEOS.

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In this leaked communication, the Glazers affirmed Ratcliffe’s role in overseeing football operations, stressing his responsibility in elevating the club’s performance both in men’s and women’s football, including the academies. However, a cautionary note was included, warning staff against making public comments about the deal on their personal social media channels, citing legal constraints during the process.

Despite the public nature of the deal, the internal email advised discretion among staff members. Meanwhile, amidst the buzz surrounding Ratcliffe’s involvement, the email hinted at aspirations for United’s resurgence in English, European, and global football despite the club’s current standing in competitions.

As the club savors its exhilarating victory over Aston Villa, the ambition to reclaim football glory seems a distant prospect, with United’s recent track record falling short of their prestigious past achievements.

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