£660million in debt

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  1. Aug 14, 2006
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    Richardson New Member

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    I am very worried about that.

    Of course the new shirt deal and new stadium capacity will help but I am having bad thoughts going through my head.
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    WeasteDevil Guest

    It's a bit late, this was discussed to death over a year ago.
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    Striker10 "Ronaldo and trophies > Manchester United football

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    these bad thoughts for the record, are to do with the debt yes?...
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    kafta Perpetual Under 11's Team Player

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    Richardson New Member

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    No, this is the new sum bandied around in the media.

    I thought it was only around £300 mill.

    Another reality check for us I guess.
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    Red4Ever Full Member

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    How come it says 7 posts under Diarra's name?

    Was i just imagining all the rest
    Maybe the whole debt thing is getting to me too:D
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    Redfighter Officially gullible

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    There's nothing you can do, so try not to lose any sleep about it.

    Although as you keep championing us signing Diarra, which would be about 25 million then we'd be £685, 000, 000 in debt.

    That would be Diarras fault
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    GaryLifo Nice Bloke

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    Diarra has found a way to manipulate his post count... last night it was in excess of 93,000,000... i shit you not
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    Red4Ever Full Member

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    ha ha and that was in the Transfer forum alone:lol:
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    It's problably more likely the mods who has changed it - I would have prefered if they just demoted him instead.
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    tfreebsred New Member

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    Well then, Diarra must be a very busy person to have so much time to manipulate his post count. Or sadly, it must really mean that much to him.
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    :lol: :lol: like it ! nice one centurian :D
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    RedCanadian RatCat freak

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    Breaking News: Manchester United in Debt!! Oh wait, its a year old story.....

    :boring: :boring: :boring:
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    onlyoneunited Full Member

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    Diarra, why do you always have to be negative about everything? Nearly every thread you've made has a negative slant towards it, just beacuase your namesake isn't coming to OT no need to be grumpy about it.
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    2red4U Full Member

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    Make the Chinese kid (Ding? Dong?) a first team player!
    That should sell a couple of millions of shirts
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    northroad1878 A bit of a brute

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    Yes, he's a very bad man for being concerned about his club's position.

    Bad boy, Diarra. :nono:

    United are in a strong position. Uncle David said so.

    :D
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    Nem 7 Full Member

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    He'll be back at school soon.
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    I really think the Glazers know about this.
    So don't you worry!
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