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After Being Late to Joining YouTube, Manchester United Are Churning Out a Lot of Content

After Being Late to Joining YouTube, Manchester United Are Churning Out a Lot of Content

Manchester United might be one of the biggest football clubs on the planet – but they only got their own YouTube channel last week.

Believe it or not, but the Old Trafford giants had previously failed to have an official presence on the internet’s biggest video-sharing platform.

That’s particularly ridiculous considering all of their rivals have been regularly producing YouTube content over recent years, with teams like Arsenal, Manchester City and Liverpool each boasting over 700,000 subscribers.

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Now, United have launched their channel as part of a robust attempt at expanding their brand – and they’re wasting no time in churning out content.

In just four days, they’ve posted 104 videos, including their original Tweet Mates feature and loads of behind-the-scenes footage involving some of their star players:

Fans will be able to expect a lot more content from United on YouTube now – and that’s good news for all of those who love content like this from top clubs.

You can subscribe to United on YouTube here.

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