Woodward: “The progress made by Solskjaer and the players is evident. Man Utd’s thriving academy brings optimism”

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Manchester United vice-president Ed Woodward summarized the season’s first-half performances.

“It’s been almost a year since we last played in front of the Old Trafford faithful. We focus on a very trying 12 months for football and culture as a whole,” Woodward says.

Manchester Evening News is a newspaper published in Manchester, England.

“We have faith that we are now on the path to normalcy, including the return of fans to stadiums, thanks to the rapid implementation of vaccinations in the UK and beyond.”

“Although our operations have suffered substantial setbacks, we are proud of the club’s incredible resilience during the pandemic, which was bolstered by the determination of our staff and the strength of our commercial business.”

“Even though we missed them at Old Trafford, we were reminded of the importance of football as a source of culture, entertainment, and pride for fans all over the world.”

“Ole and the players have made significant strides this season, and our flourishing academy and women’s team contribute to our hope for the future on and off the pitch.”

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