Man Utd followers do not imagine Ed Woodward lies
Literally no one is buying the Ed Woodward story that is unfolding today following his resignation as Manchester United chairman.
The unpopular Man Utd boss was announced he was leaving Old Trafford shortly after the entire European Super League plan failed, and it now turns out he didn’t want any part of it at all.
See below when Simon Stone claims Woodward decided to leave the club because he felt he could not support the move …
Woodward from Man Utd was unable to support the ESL project https://t.co/jahdLUYeIF via @BBCSport
– Simon Stone (@ sistoney67) April 22, 2021
Unsurprisingly, no one is buying it. Lots of fans take to Twitter to point out the numerous reasons why it almost certainly isn’t.
nobody falls in love with this PR #GlazersOut
-? (@UtdKorben) April 22, 2021
He literally stepped down from his roles at ECA and Uefa himself before the ESL blew up.
– Steven Wallace (@ stewallace86) April 22, 2021
Woodward PR is working hard to dress him up as the good guy now
– PE Student #MUFC ?? (@OVERDOZiE) April 22, 2021
Woodward literally worked at JP Morgan, the same bank that finances the ESL. Nobody Believes That? #GlazersOut https://t.co/xMPfDhjv71
– Adrian? (@UTD_Adrian) April 22, 2021
#GlazersOut #GlazersNext pic.twitter.com/cXaxqJfLK2
– Mark Frazer (@ mark_frazer33) April 22, 2021
Come on @ sistoney67 you know that’s not true, he was one of the main culprits for the Glazers #GlazersOut
– Barrykj? ??? (@ barrykj1984) April 22, 2021
Absolutely no one, * NOBODY *, in any sense believes you are selling this Ashton-fed trash to Simon. Woodward is on his way out – why bother telling these obvious lies in the first place? # GlazersOut # GlazersNext
– Matthew Stewart #SaveHongKong ?? (@ MStewart0013) April 22, 2021
Woodward has never quite won over fans at United, and again, he hasn’t really covered himself in fame.
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In fairness, hardly anyone has made it to the Big Six this insane week when Man Utd, along with Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham and Arsenal, tried to form a new runaway competition that collapsed almost instantly.