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03 Mar 2010 10:54 GMT | Business & Economy, Sport, US & Canada, United States
A group of financiers known as the Red Knights has begun talks on a possible takeover bid for the heavily-indebted Manchester United Football club.The group, which appears determined to oust the club's US owners - the Glazer family, confirmed they had met to discuss the issue.Pundits say the Red Knight Group has effectively set a challenge to ManU supporters to show how much they wish to see alternative ownership.
Al Jazeera's Jim Spencer reports.
Source: Al Jazeera
Real Madrid and Barcelona are football's highest earners as United fall to third.
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HM Revenue and Customs query independence of administrators as case adjourned.
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