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Man U fans have leaked a secret recording of the team’s CEO after meeting them in a pub when he heard they were going to protest outside his house


Over the weekend, we got something… well, new. That’s the only way I can describe it. What is not new is that Man U fans were planning a protest outside CEO Richard Arnold’s house. This is so the norm that Richard Arnold got a call warning him it was going to happen. Instead of waiting, he took matters into his own hands and decided to go to the pub to meet them. (h/t Athletics):

On Saturday afternoon, Manchester United chief executive Richard Arnold received a phone call while at his family home in a leafy Cheshire village.

It was basically a polite warning to say that more than a dozen United supporters had organized to meet and protest at Arnold’s house. The protest, organized by an activist group of fans called ‘The 1958’, represented the latest flashpoint in a stream of discontent over the Glazer family’s continued ownership of the club and United’s perceived mismanagement since the Americans carried out a highly leveraged takeover in 2005. .

Arnold went to the same pub, bought the supporters pints of beer and discussed their concerns with them. He politely requested that the content of the conversation remain private and not be filmed, but footage of the meeting quickly made its way onto social media. It created a series of headlines, including the club’s pursuit of Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong, dressing room leaks, United’s waste in the transfer market, ownership of the Glazers and, according to the Arnold’s own words, the “fuckin’ nightmare” of the year at the club.

Now, since 2022, nothing recorded is kept private. It is basically impossible, no matter what is said. Here are the videos in question:

Now is it fucked up to go out and secretly record a video when he asks you not to? Sure. Over the past two days, Man U fans have been fighting over it because it talks shit about the old regime, opens up about the club and talks about signings. There’s serious talk here, especially when it comes to Ed Woodward and Frankie de Jong. But it’s not a career ruining video or anything like that. The people he met at the pub are going to talk about it and let it be known.

Moreover, it is one of the biggest sports teams – not just football clubs – in the world. You say football and Man U are coming almost immediately. They also have one of the most famous people in the world in Ronaldo. Everything about Man U is going to go viral and go crazy. This is especially true when we start talking about 1958 and all the protests.

But shout out Richard Arnold. The guy decided to go to the pub instead of hiding in his house. I don’t have a problem with that. He’s trying to help fix what’s wrong and fix some fences. It’s not necessarily his fault that the videos came out and some fans are pissed off. That’s what the fans do too. They get angry for everything and anything.

I don’t even think anything Arnold said was crazy. He was honest and that’s some shit we would have talked about at some point. It looks worse because it’s in a pub with a hidden phone. Just another day in Manchester.