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United used to dominate the conversation – now they’re not even in it

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We haven’t been able to take paymentYou must update your payment details via My Account or by clicking update payment details to keep your subscription.Act now to keep your subscriptionWe’ve tried to contact you several times as we haven’t been able to take payment. You must update your payment details via My Account or by clicking update payment details to keep your subscription.Your subscription is due to terminateWe’ve tried to contact you several times as we haven’t been able to take payment. You must update your payment details via My Account, otherwise your subscription will terminate. Accessibility LinksSkip to contentMonday March 4 2024 There is a major conversation being had in English football right now and Manchester United are simply not part of it. That is the situation Sir Jim Ratcliffe must address this summer. His first job is to make his football club relevant again.Not as an institution, because that status will never change. Not as a blue chip brand, either. Manchester United, for all their flaws, remain at the forefront of our minds as an entity. When football writers use the term United to describe the famous team in red, fans of rivals who share that name get upset. What about Newcastle United, Leeds United, Sheffield United, even Rotherham United? Yet everybody knows, in football shorthand, there is only one United; it’s just that theyRelated articles

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