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ESL fallout: 'Red Knights' demand Glazers relinquish Manchester United grip

Sky News Friday, 23 April 2021
Two of the City figures who led an attempt to prise Manchester United from the Glazer family’s control a decade ago have urged them to loosen their grip in the wake of this week’s European Super League debacle.
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