Monday, May 31, 2010

95 Million Pound For Fergie

Manchester United chief executive David Gill, said the fund amounted to 95 million pounds available for expenditure for Sir Alex Ferguson's players.

Gill statement is one form of replies to criticism from United fans against Glazer family regime. This statement is certainly also addressed to the Red Knights, who always criticized because it led to United's Glazer family owes more than 700 million pounds.

"Many people said Alex was not given any money to shop for players. But, in reality spending money to keep the players we have available. There are 95 million pounds for the expense of profit results players the club this season. We do not restrict players to Alex for shopping. We also can invest in the form of players, training facilities and stadiums, "said Gill told The Sun.

Simultaneously, Gill criticized the Red Devils fans who always protested his boss, the Glazer family. According to Gill, United's fans should support the club. The reason United is considered quite successful under the Glazer family ownership in the last three seasons.

"The protests from the fan will not change even if we win the Champions League three consecutive seasons. But, in fact we were quite successful in three seasons behind it. However, they are still not happy," protested Gill.

In this season, Fergie has poured funds amounting to 18 million pounds to spend two players, Chris Smalling and Javier Hernandez. Fergie also admitted that only one player will buy more to improve the squad next season. Rumors are circulating in the British mass media, Fergie prepares to bring Karim Benzema from Real Madrid.

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