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Tired of reading about IPOs? How about a Manchester United IPO?
The world’s most famous football club has dropped plans for a $1 billion IPO in Singapore, in favor of an offering in the United States. The team is owned by Americans Malcolm and Linda Glazer, who also own the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and holding company First Allied Corporation. Many fans were already uneasy with new ownership, particularly after MU failed to win a title last year for the first time since 2005. So, United fans, what do you think about the decision to go public? US readers, any interest in the IPO? (Photo by pixeljunkie_) source
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The world’s most famous football club has dropped plans for a $1 billion IPO in Singapore, in favor of an offering in the United States. The team is owned by Americans Malcolm and Linda Glazer, who also own the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and holding company First Allied Corporation. Many fans were already uneasy with new ownership, particularly after MU failed to win a title last year for the first time since 2005. So, United fans, what do you think about the decision to go public? US readers, any interest in the IPO? (Photo by pixeljunkie_) source

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June 13, 2012 // 13:52 // 2 years ago
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    Glazers are awful, end of story. Man U has underachieved to an extent thanks to them.
  2. eternallyoptimisticmetsfan said: im all for the decision to go public…assuming someone eventually uses it to get the glazers out of power.
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