They haven't overestimated the income at all, and winning the title this season, plus a cup final,will have only cemented their view on the risk/reward profile mapped against asset strength.
Then explain why the Glazer's are apparently willing to listen to offers for the club as their profits have dropped in the past two years? Why else would their ticket prices have increased?
I haven't got the figures to hand, but I know a couple of lads involved in the LUHG movement who have been encouraged by the recent financial news.
they always knew prices would go up, man u being compartively under priced, and the drop in profit us due in part to investing in the stadium expansion.
as for luhg, personally i think they're all backwards pricks. Man u was a plc, and as such was there to be bought at any time. Glaser owning them has really been terrible for the club hasn't it? Champions, and a cup final this season, money to spend on players, increased capacity at the ground. Oooh terrible.