FOOTBALL: 10 reasons why... (almost) everyone hates Manchester United
2 They sold Paul Ince (an Internazionale fan)
3 Bryan Robson played for them (an England fan)
4 They wouldn't let Alex Ferguson play Taggart (a TV detective fan)
5 Terry Christian supports them (a music fan)
6 They don't let away supporters in (any football fan)
7 They're too easy to beat (a Barcelona fan)
8 They didn't want to sell Kanchelskis (an Everton fan)
9 They've got too many replica kits (a Manchester United fan)
10 They wouldn't sell Eric Cantona (Eric Cantona)
(submitted by Liz Patchett, of Port Sunlight Village, Wirral, Merseyside)
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