Manchester United were rocked to their core last week during a crazy 48 hours in which the club sign up for the controversial European Super League, U-turned on the decision, and then said goodbye to their executive vice-chairman.
United announced late on the night of Sunday 18 that they were signing up for the breakaway league alongside 11 other clubs.
Both Red Devils co-owner Joel Glazer and executive vice-chairman Woodward were heavily involved in the venture, and have both in some ways paid the price following its demise, with the latter leaving his post and the former in the dog house with the fans.
Here we look at three key moments during a hectic 48 hours that rocked United last week. Joel Glazer ignored When the news of theRead more on mirror.co.uk