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Man Utd out of Champions League 2014/2015

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Manchester United Officially Eliminated From Champions League 2014/15 After Loss To Everton
Manchester United will not appear in the UEFA Champions League next season, for the first time since the 1995/96 competition and only the second time in the 23 year history of the world’s most prestigious club competition.

That Manchester United would fall short of Champions League qualification has been inevitable for a while, but their fate was sealed by a 2-0 away defeat Sunday to upstart Everton, who now place themselves just a point behind Arsenal in the race for fourth place in the Barclays Premier League — the final Champions League qualification slot — with each team having just three matches remaining on the fixture list.

Manchester United Maximum Points This Year Now 69, Arsenal Already At 70
Sunday’s loss, on the return to Goodison Park of embattled Manchester United Manager David Moyes who left Everton after last season to assume the helm of the Premier League’s most storied club, mathematically eliminates Manchester United from reaching that fourth spot, no matter what happens.
Elimination Of Manchester United Deals Blow To Local Economy
The UEFA Champions League is not only the most prestigious competition in European club football, it is also the most lucrative. The absence of Manchester United from next season’s competition will have significant impact on the Manchester region, in the north of England.

A recent study estimated that a Champions League without Manchester United, while obviously delivering a blow to the pride of the club’s fans, will cost the local economy £7.3 million, or $12.25 million in U.S. terms.
"Manchester United are unique," said Christian Purslow, the former Liverpool managing director. "They are by far the most profitable football club in the world. Their total profits this year, a difficult year, are still expected to be some £130m. Nobody is in a better position financially to withstand being out of the Champions League for a season.
"I don't think sponsors would want to see United out of the Champions League for a long time. I don't think those sponsors will want to live with it for beyond a year and I expect United have not the slightest intention of allowing that to happen. Which is why I expect them to be incredibly active in this summer's transfer market."
United have been in talks with Nike for the past 12 months about renewing their record £24m-a-year kit deal. United have not been prepared to countenance allowing Nike to get a cut-price deal, and nor do Nike expect to negotiate one.
In recent weeks, officials from Nike have been in meetings with United and have passed officials from Adidas on their way in as the Old Trafford club search out the best deal. The message is clear, that United remain in demand.
The timing of their world record £53m per season shirt deal with Chevrolet could not have been better when it was agreed 12 months ago. It will be unaffected by the club's absence from the Champions League when it begins next season.
Nor will United's eight-year contract with Aon, which is worth at least £180m to sponsor the club's training ground and training kit.
The numbers are astonishing.
Lot's of rebuilding now needed at Man Utd now to be more competitive for the EPL & CL
Is this the best time for the Glazers to sell? - Manchester Utd
Who could afford the £2bn needed to buy United?
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David Moyes: Manchester United 'no comment' on boss rumours

Manchester United are offering no comment on reports that David Moyes is set to be sacked as manager.
Various newspapers have claimed the club will dispense with the Scot's services as early as this week following a poor season.
However the club declined to comment when contacted by BBC Sport.
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