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Vodafone have ended their shirt deal with Man Utd.

Not having the best of luck at the moment are they?

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Speaking of Man Utd...Have a listen to Roy Keanes song!!!

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Vodafone have ended their shirt deal with Man Utd.


Looks like the boycott is working.

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No truth in the rumour they are about to be sponsored by a GLAZING firm, then ?

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Winalot showed an interest but then realised it would be detrimental to their brand and leading position in the dog food market if they sponsered Manuseless.

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Man Utd will bounce back to fine form this year, trust me!

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dream on morrisonsm they have had their day

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United are not going to 'bounce back' until the Glazers are gone. Admit it, nothing has been the same since they came into power within the club.

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Their having discussions with 02 as Aresenal are going with Emirates next year.

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My guess is there aren't going to be too many corporations jumping at the chance to back them for a while to come.

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I think you are wrong! Man Utd have a chance of winning the EPL and are still in the Champions League. That will attract big name sponsors.

http://www.scotiafootball.com/

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Their having discussions with 02 as Aresenal are going with Emirates next year.


Cannot see Man U wanting the O2 brand on their shirts, have a good look at the O2 brand and you will notice it is the national earing brand sign for pikey

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That must be why Arsenal have O2 as their sponsor!

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That will attract big name sponsors.


The fact that there is a fan boycott of their sponsors is what is going to make corporations shy away from signing on. No company is going to be excited about signing on to something that is going to cause them to lose profits. It doesn't have anything to do with how well they are doing as far as wins and losses.

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That will attract big name sponsors.


The fact that there is a fan boycott of their sponsors is what is going to make corporations shy away from signing on. No company is going to be excited about signing on to something that is going to cause them to lose profits. It doesn't have anything to do with how well they are doing as far as wins and losses.


I hope for everyones sake they are not sponsored by a deodorant company then! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/crazy.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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Not that I am aware of, but you do have a valid point! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />




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