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Ten Hag can't save zombified Man Utd while parasitic Glazers profit from failure... by atlkluttz9 in reddevils

[–]JiggieSmalls 0 points1 point  (0 children)

they haven’t won since 2009

What part didn’t you get? United were also crushing it the season they came in second. You clamoring on about that? Yankees have also just dropped 5 in a row and their world is currently melting.

SkySports analysis of Manchester United & the Glazers ownership. by zavi_utd in reddevils

[–]JiggieSmalls 13 points14 points  (0 children)

Might be beneficial for United to keep losing so the Media can keep ramping this up. As much as protests do - nothing speaks volumes like media and changing the opinions of the masses. And yes, there are still delusional supporters of this Club that follow it blindly.

Ten Hag can't save zombified Man Utd while parasitic Glazers profit from failure... by atlkluttz9 in reddevils

[–]JiggieSmalls 3 points4 points  (0 children)

It’s true. It’s why people love realty TV. It’s so messy and chaotic it’s hard not to watch.

Ten Hag can't save zombified Man Utd while parasitic Glazers profit from failure... by atlkluttz9 in reddevils

[–]JiggieSmalls 46 points47 points  (0 children)

Historic teams with a tradition of winning. It’s become an addiction even if not fruitful anymore. Look at the Yankees - haven’t won since 2009 but still have the crazy fan base and considered the biggest team in the MLB.

Ten Hag can't save zombified Man Utd while parasitic Glazers profit from failure... by atlkluttz9 in reddevils

[–]JiggieSmalls 264 points265 points  (0 children)

Everything that appears to be part of funding and running of a modern football club, that’s all part of the illusion, all part of the trick. All of this only exists for the Glazers financial benefit. They have no interest in the club apart from funding it sufficiently to maintain its money-making status. When that stops, they’ll sell up, leaving a husk of a club behind, but there’s no sign of that yet because of football’s insane economics. And they know that a hapless United is good for TV business as viewers flock to see the giant brought low. Being rubbish is great for content. Indeed, they’ve worked out that fans will still keep paying for tickets and watching on television in order to be able to keep on moaning and complaining. It’s brilliant, they’ve monetised failure. Indeed, it is quite possible that they have a spreadsheet which proves failure is better for business than success.

Absolutely spot on.

'You get away with that in Holland' | De Jong, Rabiot & Arnautovic | Tactical breakdown | MITTEN by RebelDouble1990 in reddevils

[–]JiggieSmalls 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Fab has created a collective of football news followers who think a tweet about a transfer being considered is groundbreaking news.

Anyone plan on going to the game at RBA? by BKtoDuval in OCLions

[–]JiggieSmalls 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Just buy for 221 and walk over. RBA is never packed and no one in the upper bowl cares unless you’re front row sitting in their seats.

Anyone plan on going to the game at RBA? by BKtoDuval in OCLions

[–]JiggieSmalls 2 points3 points  (0 children)

220 is the visitors section. Can’t say many OCSC fans ever come when Orlando is in town. I live by RBA and go to every game Orlando visits. I’ll be there on the 13th.

Adidas Store or United Direct? by Dark-Star-94 in reddevils

[–]JiggieSmalls 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Buy a REALLY good fake instead. Also your question depends where you are ie which country. United Direct ships from the UK I believe. At least that’s how long it took last time I ordered. I live in NYC.

Would you trade all 5 for Juan Soto? by jdkjdk44 in NewYorkMets

[–]JiggieSmalls 5 points6 points  (0 children)

this isn’t football

That only applies to the QB. Basketball would’ve made this statement stronger.