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Man Utd Fanzine Offers A Very Interesting Look Into The Power Struggle At The Club

Man Utd Fanzine Offers A Very Interesting Look Into The Power Struggle At The Club
By Mikey Traynor
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Manchester United fanzine Red Issue have taken to twitter to release their "idiots guide to all internal MUFC politics" to the public, and they offer a number of very interesting views.

The stream of tweets which were published over a two hour timeline were teased earlier in the day:

And soon the tweets started to come thick and fast.

Whoever was responsible gave their views on the situation regarding the future of Louis Van Gaal, and how Ed Woodward and the commercial side of the club are facing opposition from Bobby Charlton and Alex Ferguson, and the Glazer family are also accused of letting the youth development at the club deteriorate as it is not obviously benefitial for business.

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There's a lot to take in, but it all makes sense, and while there is no indication that this is 100% accurate, it certainly appears to have come from a very knowledagble source:

Wow.

It paints a picture of a club that truly doesn't know where it wants to go, which is what the narrative out of UK based journalists with access to the people involved in the club have been pushing.

It also offers an understandable reason as to why Mourinho was overlooked for the job when David Moyes was appointed, despite Fergie's seemingly friendly relationship with the Portuguese.

It's cause for concern for United fans, mainly because nobody knows whether this is all accurate or not as nobody knows what the hell is going on at the club right now. Will Mourinho be the next manager? Will Louis Van Gaal be sacked before the season ends?

It's all so confusing, but you would have to imagine that should Manchester United fail to beat Shrewsbury Town in the FA Cup on Monday, then a stance is going to have to be taken once and for all.

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