Manchester United lose £200m training kit deal over fans’ anti-Glazers campaign

The Hut Group pulls out of contract starting in July, sources say Fans are campaigning for boycott of club’s commercial partnersManchester United have missed out on a proposed new training kit deal worth £200m over 10 years after the Manchester-based company The Hut Group had concerns about the supporters’ campaign to boycott the club’s commercial partners in protest at the Glazers’ ownership, the Observer understands.Richard Arnold, United’s group managing director, was told on Friday that THG had pulled out of a contract which was due to start on 1 July. Related: There are no easy answers to how football tackles its billionaire owners | Jonathan Wilson Continue reading…

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