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Breaking News: Finally Man United Hierarchy Has Listened To Fans Cry And Set To Confirm Club Changes

Manchester United fans have for some times now been seeking the owners to undertake changes in the club hierarchy. Ever since the departure of Sir. Alex Ferguson as the head coach all the managers who have come in have faced the fans wrath.

After the Americans decide to be amongst, founders of European Super League competition which failed. Due to protests and backlash from both club Legends and fans. They took an initiative to sanction some of the important moves.

And among them was Ed Woodward to exit club. And heavy summer transfer window to help convince fans of there commitment to the club. Which saw Ronaldo, Varane and Sancho making there way to Old Trafford in an expenditure worth £135m.

Then followed poor performances and results since the start of the season. Defeats to Aston Villa, West Ham (CarabaoCup) and Young Boys in Champions league. Which made fans turn against Ole Gunnar with #OleOut trending on tweeter.

But now as per the Sun, Manchester United are now waiting until late in the year to announce important change in the club. After Arnold being in the club for more than a decade now. As he first joined in 2007/8 to help grow club's sponsorship business, retail, merchandising, apparel and product licensing business.

To his achievements in 2013 he was promoted now as Group managing director. The 50 year old will then be named officially as new Executive Vice-Chairman at Manchester United. After then Ed Woodward steps down, a move that has been approved by Avram and Joel Glazer.

Certainly some good news to United fans who were earlier reported to be frustrated with Ed Woodward. To an extend of storming his House out of transfer signings which didn't seem to be taking the club forward.

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