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MARTIN SAMUEL: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks like a Cardiff boss again but with better players. Ed Woodward wanted a man United fans could back... it isn't the manager's fault - he has done what was asked

Hearing Dominic Cummings speak this week, it is hard to believe he ever seriously thought Boris Johnson was the man to lead Britain. More, Johnson was a populist who could get Brexit done. And Cummings, more than anything, wanted to get Brexit done. It was much the same when Ed...
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Manchester United 'are in touch with Cristiano Ronaldo and front of the queue for £80m Jadon Sancho... but Ed Woodward has told Ole Gunnar Solskjaer they CAN'T afford £130m Erling Haaland and WON'T spend £120m for Harry Kane'

Manchester United are reportedly in talks with Cristiano Ronaldo over a sensational return and are leading the race for Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho, but may be priced out of moves for strikers Harry Kane and Erling Haaland. The club face a crucial summer transfer window after another Premier League...
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Richard Arnold leads race to replace Ed Woodward at Manchester United

Richard Arnold, Manchester United’s group managing director, heads a list of three internal candidates to replace Ed Woodward as the club’s most powerful executive. Arnold, the Guardian understands, is in pole position to succeed Woodward, the executive vice-chairman, with Cliff Baty, chief financial officer, and Hemen Tseayo, head of corporate finance, also being considered by the owners, the Glazers, who are thought to favour a current employee.
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Richard Arnold 'leading the race' to succeed Ed Woodward as Man United's top executive with the Glazer family 'considering three internal candidates' for the top job at Old Trafford

Richard Arnold 'is in pole position' to succeed Ed Woodward as Manchester United's most powerful executive with the Glazer family thought to favour an internal candidate. Woodward, 49, announced last month that he will step down from his role as the club's executive vice-chairman at the end of this year. He has been at United since 2005 and held that job since 2012.
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Internal candidate in pole position to replace Ed Woodward at Manchester United

Manchester United’s group managing director Richard Arnold is reportedly in pole position to replace the departing Ed Woodward as the club’s executive vice-chairman. The Red Devils look set to consider internal candidates for the role, and the Guardian claim it’s currently Arnold who looks to be in the strongest position to take over from Woodward.
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Edwin Van der Sar discusses Manchester United return following Ed Woodward departure

Edwin van der Sar has maintains he will only work for Ajax and Manchester United but admits he is yet to receive an approach over replacing Ed Woodward at his former club.The Ajax CEO was contacted “a couple of years ago” about a role at Old Trafford and given Woodward is now set to leave the club at the end of this year, the 50-year-old has been mentioned as a possible successor.United have been linked with hiring somebody to operate in a role likened to a sporting director, which has been missing in recent years and could appeal to Van...
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Edwin van der Sar confirms interest in replacing Ed Woodward at Manchester United as he says he ‘would not work for any other clubs’ other than the Red Devils and Ajax

Edwin van der Sar has confirmed his interest in the Manchester United role but admits he has not received any contact from the club about replacing executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward. Van der Sar was tipped to join the Red Devils prior to the appointment of John Murtough and Darren Fletcher...
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Ed Woodward insists Man Utd don’t want Super League revival in message to fans

Ed Woodward has promised Manchester United “do not seek any revival of the Super League” as supporters expressed disgust, embarrassment and anger at the planned breakaway during an emergency fan forum held on Friday. The Old Trafford giants were part of the dozen clubs that announced late on April 18...
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Ed Woodward finally apologises to Man United fans over the European Super League fiasco as he reassures them that plans for a breakaway competition will never be revived because 'we have learned our lesson'

Manchester United chief Ed Woodward has said sorry to fans over the European Super League debacle and reassured them that plans for a breakaway competition will never be revived. United chairman Joel Glazer apologised to supporters following the ESL's collapse last week, and Woodward - who is standing down in...
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Manchester United Supporters Trust write scathing letter to the Glazers and Ed Woodward over their 'greed-fuelled' roles in botched Super League - as they outline five-point plan for board to 'rebalance the current ownership structure' in favour of fans

Manchester United fans have expressed their disgust at the club's role in the European Super League and rejected chairman Joel Glazer's apology over the fiasco. At an emergency fans' forum on Friday morning, a letter was read out to executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward - who is standing down in the wake of the ESL's collapse - signed by the 10 supporters' representatives expressing their anger over the 'greed-fuelled idea' for a breakaway league and 'gross mishandling of club affairs'.
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Executives from 'Big Six' RESIGN from Premier League roles after furious backlash from other 14 clubs to their doomed European Super League breakaway with Ed Woodward, Bruce Buck and Tom Werner among those forced to step down from committees

Executives from the 'Big Six' English clubs who tried to break away and form the European Super League have resigned from their positions on Premier League committees. Although the project spectacularly unravelled last week following a ferocious backlash from the wider football world, bonds of trust between the rebels and the other 14 top-flight clubs have been broken.