Glazer, who is a son of the late patriarch Malcolm and has little to do with business at Old Trafford, sits on United's non-executive board of directors with two of his brothers and his sister.
One of many sporting figures that donated handsomely to the Trump campaign,
Liverpool chairman Tom Werner, who also doubles as chairman of the Boston Red Sox, was among those who backed Clinton, donating $2,700 to her presidential campaign.
While United is largely run by co-chairmen and brothers Avram and Joel (pictured below), with day to day control in the hands of executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward, Ed Glazer's primary involvement in the family's sporting empire is with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Along with Bryan, a fellow non-executive director at United (and the aforementioned Joel), Ed serves as a co-chairman of the Florida-based NFL franchise that his father took control of in the mid-1990s. The three sons have been in charge of the team's financial affairs ever since.
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