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Nike Air Max Audacity 201739 things and counting that prove chance the rapper is winning 2016 Class of '92 "have sights fixed on owning Manchester United" Old Trafford legends tipped to replace GlazersThey currently own Salford City but are tipped to take charge at Old Trafford with David Beckham joining them22:30, 2 SEP 2017Updated11:55, 3 SEP 2017Get Manchester United FC updates directly to your inbox SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThe rebel Red who became an architect of the breakaway club founded when Malcolm Glazer bought Manchester United insists Sir Alex Ferguson could have halted the American takeover.In fact, John Paul O'Neill believes that the most successful manager in United's history damaged his own glorious legacy by failing to do so.12 years on and with FC United of Manchester now established as the largest fan owned football club in the country O'Neill concedes that the fight to rid Old Trafford of the Glazer family has long been lost.But he also reckons United's next owners will come from a lot closer to home."I honestly think that the Class of '92 have got their sights fixed on owning United one day," said O'Neill, who has written a book detailing the rise, fall and resurrection of FC United.(Image: Manchester United / Twitter)During that same era, the Glazers have taken more than out of Old Trafford and plunged the club he loves into of debt."I am sure they would deny it at the moment but it really does make sense when you put all the pieces together."The Neville brothers, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt have taken over a small non league club in Salford City and are now finding out what it is like to run a football club from a practical point of view."Why? Is Salford City really the summit of their ambitions as football club owners?"They are obviously on a much smaller scale than United, but going in at that level is giving the Class of '92 a really practical education in football club ownership."Even if Manchester United are now worth between I don't think buying the club would be a problem for the kind of investors that they are now doing business with."Gary Neville said, when he went into coaching at Valencia, that he didn't see his long term future in football management. And, even though he would never admit it, I think that, deep down, becoming the owner of United would really appeal to him and the rest of the Class of '92."The Glazers' leveraged takeover of United in the summer of 2005 mobilised the more militant sections of the Old Trafford support.And when O'Neill, who was editor of the influential fanzine Red Issue, came up with the idea of forming a breakaway club, FC United of Manchester was born.Red Rebels is an insider account of the founding of FC United. It is out on September 21"Some United fans try to excuse him by saying, 'Fergie was just an employee'.

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