He also made a nice tackle on special teams as well, I thought he played extremely well considering he was an undrafted rookie playing in his first game. He didn't make any mistakes, had a nice return, and a nice tackle, what more can you ask for from someone with his role?
Yep. Solomon Patton was looking pretty dangerous at times on special teams and Brown made a big tackle to stop him before he got started.
And you're mad about it. That's what amuses me. You're taking this way too seriously.
I'm not angry about it. I'm actually just as amused as you are apparently. I wonder what prompts a person such as yourself to post pictures of cars in a soccer thread to see if they can get a rise out of a few people.
The article you linked states the debt as £350 million. They have misspent £700 million according to that article (which is a ridiculous statement).
The Glazers loaded the club with debt but also made it a superpower. In a perfect world the Glazers leave, the debt is cleared and Man Utd spend what they earn (somewhere in the region of £300 milliion per year). The worlds not perfect though so the Glazers will continue to shave the debt and only spend as required.
If Man Utd were concerned with the debt they could use the additional money they will recieve from the new kit deal with Adidas to pay off the debt and still be up a good chunk of change over the last kit deal. That doesn't consider the deal with Chevrolet either.
The debt is healthy (would be better if it was 0 but not going to happen in the short term) for a company with Man Utd's revenue.
The most irritating part of the debt is the interest. The interest is costing the best part of £60 million every year but with the way British tax works, by having the debt they get certain tax breaks as well.
In January of this year their debt was reported between £398m (I think), according to their books, which I'm sure are fairly creative to say the least. It isn't a fabrication that United have spent ridiculous sums of money to trim the debt down by a mere £125m since the Glazers took over. Now they are back to pumping money back into the club in an attempt to restore it to prominence, in lieu of paying down their debt. If they continue to fail to make UCL, it's going to be disastrous for them. £400m of debt becomes a whole lot more.
In 2010, the Glazers were trying to receive £500m in bonds to refinance the original £525m debt. That doesn't exactly scream "healthy debt" to me. I think the fact of the matter is, no one is really entirely certain as to their exact level of debt but them. Either way, they are spending money this summer. They better hope they make UCL.