Manchester United released their financial report for the second quarter of 2021 yesterday.
Ed Woodward commented: “We reflect on an extraordinarily challenging 12 months for football and society as a whole.
“The rapid rollout of vaccines in the UK and beyond gives us confidence that we are now on a path towards normality, including the return of fans to stadia.
“While the disruption to our operations remains significant, we are pleased by the tremendous resilience the club has demonstrated through the pandemic.
“The progress made by Ole and the players this season is clear and our thriving Academy and Women’s team are also adding to the optimism we feel about the future on and off the pitch.”
Something else caught the eye of many United fans on Twitter; the mention of the growth of the club’s TikTok account under the ‘key points’ of the report.
United have previous for seeming to have their priorities in the wrong place where social media is concerned.
In September 2019, director Richard Arnold was quoted talking up the number of clicks that United being involved in transfer rumours generates.
United fans would surely rather a streamlined, discreet transfer operation which secures the manager’s top targets than a steady stream of rumours which generates clicks.
Here’s how the mention of TikTok this time around went down with some fans on Twitter:
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