Just thought I'd get in the retaliation for the brainless ABUs get on here about this. I quote a pretty good short analysis from a poster on another site; <You have to read past the headlines. Net Debt is up 21 mil because cash at hand is down. The period the figures quote are for historically the worst quarter. Actual debt is down 70 million in the period as a result of buying back more bonds. Approx £125 million bought back so far which are still active and can be put back on the Market if the Glazers decide to. Ask yourself is it better to use cash in the bank to buy debt that pays 9% interest or leave it in the account accruing interest of approx 2%? No brainer. The next quarter will show Season ticket funds plus TV revenues for the PL and CL qualification. Uniteds cash at hand will then be around 90 million> Over the 9 months to date the club is ahead of last years numbers.