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Marcus Rashford put football in the middle of the discussions because in the red zone of Manchester there is talk of the sale of the club, of Qatar and of Ineos, of the desire to be great in Europe again and the aspiration to maintain the identity of the club. Above all, the desire long cherished by so many followers for the Glazers, the current North American owners, to take to their heels is discussed. In the process of selling the club and with two offers on the table, the team consolidates its best moment of the season and is five points behind the leadership of the Premier after beating Leicester (3-0), which is far from its best days look into the abyss of descent. Rashford, who has scored in the last five rounds and also scored in the Europa League against Barcelona, ​​was decisive with two new goals. But the contribution of David de Gea was not less, feline in both prodigious stops at the dawn of the meeting.


De Gea, Lisandro Martínez, Shaw (Wan-Bissaka, min. 69), Nilsson-Lindelöf, Diogo Dalot, Alejandro Garnacho, M. Sabitzer (Kobbie Mainoo, min. 80), Fred (McTominay, min. 58), Wouter Weghorst , Bruno Fernandes and Rashford (Anthony Elanga, min. 68)



Ward, Wout Faes, Victor Bernth Kristansen, Castagne, Harry Souttar, Kieran Dewsbury-Hall (Tielemans, min. 58), Nampalys Mendy (Boubakary Soumare, min. 58), Mateus (Praet, min. 75), James Maddison, Barnes and K. Iheanacho (Vardy, min. 75)

goals 1-0 min. 24: Rashford. 2-0 min. 56: Rashford. 3-0 min. 61: Jadon Sancho.

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yellow cards Nampalys Mendy (min. 47)

Waiting to receive Thursday in Barcelona, ​​​​Old Trafford enjoys with his team and does not get much more involved in other issues. The position of the fans most involved in share issues was set by the Manchester United Supporters Trust, which brings together more than 150 groups of supporters in a British variant of the very Spanish clubs. They ask that those who take charge of the club open a dialogue with the groups of supporters with whom the Glazer family has long since cut ties and demand that the investment serve for United to return to the top of European football with significant spending both in players as in facilities. “Football clubs are different from normal businesses,” he warned in the letter.

Some requests from the fans are related to Disneyland, such as asking for a greater weight of small shareholders in the club’s decisions when discussing a business with a starting price of around 6,000 million euros. The British Jim Ratcliffe, considered the richest man in the United Kingdom and famous for his sponsorships of Ineos, his petrochemical company in cycling, sailing or Formula 1, has submitted an offer for Manchester United. He already owns Nice, in Ligue 1 gala. Also running for the Glazers is Sheikh Jasseim ben Hamad Al-Thani, president of Qatar’s main bank who declares himself a supporter of the club after having lived for several years in England. The fans of Manchester United want, in short, that the words “Football club”, banished by the Glazers and a commitment not to try to enter any competition “similar” to the European Super League.

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Meanwhile, most of the tenants in the stands apply to celebrate the team’s victories, as they did this Sunday. “I am aware of all these movements, but they are issues that do not depend on me. It doesn’t distract us”, guaranteed after the victory Erik Ten Hag, the coach who after a convulsive start aroused a majority support from the stands. The coach warns that if a new owner arrives, he will also have to resolve an urgent issue regarding the squad, that of renewing Rashford’s contract, which expires in June 2024.

Three teams tie on points for the top of the Bundesliga

The last Bundesliga that did not lift Bayern took it to Borussia Dortmund in 2012. Ten titles later, the Bavarian team is in trouble. After resuming the competition after the World Cup, they have barely won two of the six games played and this weekend they fell to Borussia Mönchedgladbach after playing almost the entire game with ten men because the central defender Upamecano saw a red card at the minute 8.

Bayern maintains the lead because this Sunday Unión Berlin could not get past a draw at home against bottom club Schalke 04. But the standings have been compressed in such a way that the Berlin revelation is tied on points with Bayern and Borussia Dortmund in the head and they barely distance Freiburg by three, Leipzig by four and Eintracht by five. On Sunday afternoon, Bayern and Unión Berlin next meet at the Allianz Arena in Munich

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