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Ed Woodward: Manchester United executive vice-chairman to stand down

Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward will stand down at the end of 2021.

According to The Mirror, Manchester United skipper Harry Maguire confronted executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward earlier on Monday regarding the club’s participation in the European Super League.

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The United executive had arranged a Zoom call to brief players on the situation after the news broke out on Sunday. A number of United stars are unhappy with the club’s decision regarding the initiative.

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The United stars were unhappy that they had not been given prior notice as to the club’s intentions. Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was also left in a sticky position given that the news broke before our Premier League clash against Burnley.

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As the skipper, it is good to know that the defender has stepped up and made his voice heard. The fact that a number of players remain unconvinced by Woodward showcases the division regarding the decision both internally and externally.

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Fans meanwhile have already made their position known. The Supporter’s Union has also released a statement denouncing United’s role in the whole thing.

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