Radical Iranians Wants to Buy Manchester United

August 9th, 2007

Rumour of the Summer – Reports in Iran suggest radical Iranians Ansar Hezbollah wants to buy Manchester United.

The England’s Barclay Premiership 2007-2008 Season has started with a insane rumour of Iranians interest in Manchester United.

The group — backers of hard-line Iran president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad — even plan to rename the football giants to Khaybar after a holy Muslim oasis.

The Sun of UK has quoted Ansar Hezbollah’s secretary general, Mohammad Bagher Kharrazi, as saying,

 “Once we have bought Manchester United we will change its name to Khaybar.”

Khaybar is near the Muslim holy city of Medina in Saudi Arabia and it is the site where Jewish inhabitants were defeated by the Prophet Mohammed’s followers in 629 AD.

Manchester United fans were already furious at the takeover by the American Glazer family in May 2005. It would be very interesting to see how they react to this rumour?  Manchester United fans would always be against anyone who doesn’t have the best interests of the club in their heart.

Naturally, a spokesman for Manchester United was quick to dismiss the rumours.





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