Manchester United stay “completely dedicated” to supervisor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, says government vice-chairman Ed Woodward.
Woodward’s feedback had been contained within the membership’s first-quarter outcomes, launched early in error on Thursday.
Solskjaer got here beneath intense stress following successive defeats by Arsenal and Istanbul Baseksehir.
However Woodward stated the membership “stay completely dedicated to the optimistic path we’re on beneath Ole”.
United are 14th within the Premier League, having received three and misplaced three of their opening seven matches.
The digital writer that releases United’s regulatory statements was doing a check on Thursday and incorrectly went dwell with the figures. They weren’t scheduled to be revealed till Friday lunchtime GMT.
United had already stated they might not be holding an traders’ convention name with the outcomes, revealed three weeks after their 2019-20 closing outcomes had been issued.
General income was £109m, down 19.5% in contrast with the identical quarter final yr.
Matchday income fell considerably as matches continued to be performed behind closed doorways, however United nonetheless generated £1.7m, by way of a mixture of membership gross sales and rental revenue from property owned round Previous Trafford.
Broadcast income was up because of Premier League video games being performed in July, whereas business income has dropped 25.7% to £59.7m.
The corporate can pay a $0.09 (6.86p) dividend on shares on 7 January, 2021.
Woodward added: “Whereas the Covid-19 pandemic continues to trigger vital disruption, we’re optimistic that the restoration and normalisation section is progressively coming into view.
“The membership’s resilience and our robust business enterprise proceed to supply a strong basis and offers us confidence in our long-term outlook past the pandemic, each on and off the pitch.”