The match will be played at our Broadhurst Park home in Moston and kicks off at 3pm.
Supporters may recall this rousing event was last held as “United United Day”on 8th October 2005 when we played Daisy Hill at
This excellent BBC documentary, first broadcast three months after the takeover in 2005, was prescient in highlighting the consequences of the Glazer buyout, as well as setting out the background of how FC United of
Since 2005, many articles, books and documentaries have commented on the financial impact of the Glazer takeover. Predominant amongst the highlighted issues is that the payment of loan interest, debt restructuring, debt repayment, consultancy fees and dividends taken from the club’s funds has resulted in reduced capital being available to maintain Manchester United as the Premier League’s most successful club. Certainly the lack of player investment has been most apparent in the years since Sir Alex Ferguson retired.
Now, watching the current team’s results and on-pitch performance, it’s clear that the leveraged takeover model has been proven to be unsuitable for the purchase of one of
Many FC United supporters have stayed away from Old Trafford in the last 14 years but we retain our love and admiration for the club whilst singing songs that protest the Glazer takeover at every match we play. Here is a sample of our anti-Glazer songs from a memorable FC United match played in recent years click here
The title “United Reunited Day” was deliberately chosen to reflect that, regardless of whether we choose to watch MUFC or FCUM or both, we are all Manchester United fans at heart and are all concerned by the club’s current predicament.
Owing to the international break there are no Premier League fixtures on the weekend of the 12th/13th October. We can’t promise the silky skills that you’d hope to see at Old Trafford but we’d like to welcome as many Manchester United supporters as possible to come and join fellow match-going, Glazer-sceptic Reds at