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Manchester United will continue to invest in players, says chief executive David Gill

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Saturday, 11 August 2012

Manchester United will continue to invest in players, says chief executive David GillThe Red Devils' CEO insists the club's owners understand the importance of success on the field and will ensure funds are available for the manager to spend in the transfer market
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