Avram Glazer


(Photo) Avram Glazer holds meeting to create ‘Manchester United cricket team’

Manchester United’s co-chairman Avram Glazer appears to be planning a Manchester United cricket team launch in the United Arab Emirates. The specific details are unknown but a tweet from Sheikh Mansoor bin Mohammed suggests that talks are underway. The chairman of the Dubai Sports Council tweeted: “I met with Avram Glazer, co-chairman of Manchester United, today and discussed ways to work together to further raise Dubai’s profile as a global sporting hub.

Man Utd co-owner Avram Glazer buys UAE T20 league franchise team

Manchester United co-chairman Avram Glazer has bought a team in the new United Arab Emirates Twenty20 league. Glazer, who also owns NFL Super Bowl champions the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, purchased the franchise through his private equity firm Lancer Capital. The inaugural UAE T20 league is set to feature six teams...

Avram Glazer refuses to address or apologise to Man Utd fans

Manchester United co-chairman Avram Glazer refused to apologise to fans or address the recent European Super League scandal and subsequent protests when confronted by a reporter in Florida. Avram is the joint most senior ranking Glazer family member in the United hierarchy alongside brother Joel, although it is the latter...

Man United owner Avram Glazer refuses to apologise over European Super League involvement

Manchester United owner Avram Glazer has refused to apologise to fans for the club's involvement in the failed breakaway European Super League. Avram is a member of the American Glazer family who own United. Their ownership has faced protests from fans since they bought a controlling stake in the club in 2005 but these have intensified in recent weeks since the ESL announcement.

Avram Glazer: Manchester United co-owner refuses to apologise to fans as he ignores reporter

Manchester United co-owner Avram Glazer did not apologise to the club’s supporters for his role in the plans to form a European Super League when given the opportunity to do so by a TV reporter. United fans protested against the Glazer family outside Old Trafford on Sunday, leading to the postponement of the club’s match against Liverpool, and have demanded for the club to be sold. The protests came just weeks after the failed plot to launch a breakaway European Super League. Avram Glazer’s brother, Joel Glazer, was named co-chairman of the competition before it collapsed two days later...

Avram Glazer: Manchester United owner refuses to apologise over Super League, as Sky News confront him in Florida

A member of the American family that owns Manchester United has refused to apologise to fans over the disastrous attempt to form a breakaway European Super League. Sky News US correspondent Sally Lockwood caught up with Avram Glazer in Florida and offered him the chance to address supporters' concerns, saying: "This an opportunity for you - an apology perhaps?"

Avram Glazer refuses to apologise to Man United fans over Super League

Joel Glazer had previously apologised in an open letter to Manchester United fans. Man United owner Avram Glazer refused to apologise when he was confronted over the club’s decision to initially join the European Super League. United were one of the ‘big six’ English clubs, including Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester...

MUST respond to Avram Glazer selling Manchester United shares

Prominent fan group Manchester United Supporters’ Trust (MUST) believe that Avram Glazer selling shares will help weaken the family’s stronghold over the club. At the same time, the group insists shares must be made available to fans to help them gain a greater influence over the running of the club.
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Manchester United co-chairman Avram Glazer to sell £70m worth of shares

The Manchester United co-chairman Avram Glazer has put shares worth more than £70m up for sale. The club announced “the offering of 5,000,000 of its Class A Ordinary Shares by the Avram Glazer Irrevocable Exempt Trust” following Thursday’s Europa League draw with Milan. The offering is expected to close on Tuesday and the current New York Stock Exchange valuation of $20.13 each (£14.39) per share would mean he is in line to rake in $100.65m (£72.2m).