By Kieran Maguire

12th Jun, 2022 | 11:39am

Kieran Maguire lambasts 'arrogant' Man United co-owner Joel Glazer after new Super League reveal

The Glazers would still “love” Man United to join a European Super League, according to Kieran Maguire.

The finance expert, speaking exclusively to Football Insider, said a breakaway league remains appealing to the Glazers as their “share price has tanked”.

As revealed by Maguire on Twitter (9 June), the Super League website has been taken down 14 months on from the initial announcement of the project.

Quotes from Joel Glazer remained on the website until it ceased to exist.

Maguire is adamant the owners at Old Trafford are still “disconnected” from English football.

“There was a lot of resistance from players to the European Super League,” he told Football Insider. “That has to be acknowledged.

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“It was one of the most arrogant, hand-fisted launches of a product in the history of business.

“I went on the Super League website and it is only in the last seven days that the website has stopped. Until last weekend Joel Glazer’s comments about bringing together the world’s best players and teams were still on there.

“You would have thought that Manchester United would have wanted to distance themselves. But the fact that they have been flying the flag with Joe Glazer’s comments on the website is indicative of just how disconnected the club is from the understanding of English football.

“The Glazers would love the Super League because Manchester United’s share price has tanked. They are currently trading at less than when the club was initially launched on the stock exchange 10 years ago.

“The only way they are going to recover is with increased revenues.”

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