Words matter. These are the best Joel Glazer Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Most people don’t take the long-term view. The media is more of a short-term reactionary view.
And sometimes when you’re a general manager for the first time, you’re going to make some mistakes. The key is, did you learn from those mistakes?
You know, it’s funny, I know a lot of people outside of football in different businesses, whatever it is. And they’re in the grind and they do this anymore and say, ‘I think I’ve got to retire.’ They get out, they see what life is like without it. Appreciate things, make a few adjustments and come back in.
Manchester United has a rich heritage and we recognize our responsibility to live up to its great traditions and values.
When you’ve been around a team that has been in the hunt for a Super Bowl and you’ve been in a locker room that’s held up the Vince Lombardi Trophy and you’ve had that experience, you’ve had that feeling, nothing comes close.
My father had an expression, if you want to know the road ahead, ask the person that’s been there. We found that person. Ten Super Bowl appearances, seven victories… Tom Brady.
I grew up in Rochester, New York, where we had the North American Soccer League. Rochester were at the time the worst team in the whole league, but week in week out I was there to support my team.
Our view always is, if you can do something to make the team better, we’re supportive.
What attracted us and allured us to Old Trafford are all the great things, all the great history, and all the great heritage. People keep saying ‘what are you going to change?’ And the thing I keep saying is people aren’t going to notice a change.
I think the supporters appreciate it if you’re doing everything you can to put a successful team on the pitch, I think people are forgiving if they know you are doing that.
We know Mark Dominik extremely well. We know the way he approaches things, the way he thinks about things, his work ethic.
The pandemic has thrown up so many unique challenges and we are proud of the way Manchester United and its fans from Manchester and around the world have reacted to the enormous pressures during this period.
We’ve brought championships to Tampa and we’ve had successes elsewhere. But one thing that drives us day in and day out is we have one Super Bowl ring but we’ve got many more fingers.
Man United has always had a unique aura about it, and when you watch them play everyone knows it’s something special.
You’ve got to have time to throw the ball, and that affects a lot of things.
You have to be disciplined to resist what can lead you down a dark path.
I want to reassure you that my family and I care deeply about Manchester United and feel a profound sense of responsibility to protect and enhance its strength for the long-term, while respecting its values and traditions.
We have previously engaged with the Manchester United Supporters’ Trust on fan share ownership and we want to continue and accelerate those discussions, together with provisions to enhance associated fan consultation.
I have great respect for Coach Morris. I always have. But I’m excited for what Coach Schiano is bringing to our team and what he’ll bring to our community and what he will bring to the players in the locker room.
In most respects, the time has flown by. In others, it seems as though it wasn’t moving fast enough.
I say this day in day out in Tampa to anyone who is associated with our club that it starts with the supporters, because without the supporters and their support and their passion there is no game, there is nothing to cheer for.
In the world today, the way the media is, you’re going to have to endure a lot. The question is, can you endure it?