Manchester United deputy chief executive and former FD David Gill last year saw his pay packet slashed along with fellow executive directors, annual results this week revealed. Gill’s performance-related bonus was slashed by £31,000 to £290,00 as pre-tax profits for the year fell £5.6m to £16.78m. Retired chief executive Martin Edwards saw his final annual pay shrink £23,000 to £639,000 as the world’s most profitable club saw TV earnings dip after opting out of the FA Cup to play in Brazil.
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