The other owners in addition Glazer
are Robert Morgan of Robert C.
, Malcolm's wife, along with their five sons and daughter will continue to own and operate both teams as they have before Malcolm's passing after he has efficiently planned succession within his family a long time before his death.
, who lived in Palm Beach, Florida, leaves wife, Linda, six children and 14 grandchildren.
Tampa Bay paid tribute to New York-born Glazer
as a "pioneering thinker" and a "dynamic business leader", with the club achieving seven play-off berths, five play-off victories and their only Super Bowl triumph 12 years ago following his takeover in 1995.
Ifs hard for Glazer
not to think long term, even in personal matters.
It seems the only obstacle is the outlandish price the Glazers
appear to seek.
At a time when United are about to benefit from a massively increased TV deal and knowing revenue from sponsorship and season-ticket sales - albeit through major price increases - is about to rise significantly, there would appear to be no sense behind any move by the Glazers
to bail out now.
were accompanied on a tour of Old Trafford by chief executive David Gill and commercial director Andy Anson ( ironically ousted and then reinstated to the Man U board by Malcolm Glazer
camp insist on setting the record straight.
The move cost Glazer
the backing of his PR advisors Brunswick and bankers JP Morgan.
This was despite a breakdown in talks between Mr Glazer
and its biggest shareholders, Irish race horse owners John Magnier and JP McManus.
still has to work out issues with the NFL, namely the league's cross-ownership rules, according to sources.
and Leonard DiSalvo, have resigned from Omega's Board of Directors.
0: The number of United matches at Old Trafford attended by Malcolm Glazer
But a source close to the Glazer
camp insisted last night: "The Glazers
are determined to ensure continuity and success prevails and Sir Alex is a key player in those plans.