Into the Red with Manchester United
So there is another football story in town after all.
Manutd.com proclaims United as the world's most popular football team - sustained success on the field and clever marketing off it has seen to that.
The coverage of this latest twist did little to suggest that position is under threat.
The fans certainly hope so. Unofficial fan forums like Redcafe and M-U-F-C however, show that many fans, not just those with red running through their veins, remain to be convinced that this level of debt can be sustained.
Of course, it's no surprise fans with green and gold running through their veins continue to be unhappy. Must, the independent United supporters association and founders of the campaign demanding the Glazer family relinquish control of the club, provided the initial research into the Glazer family's finances. Further details are on Must activist Andy Green's blog.
For their part United have not officially commented on Panorama's story. But in the US a statement released by a spokesperson for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Glazers' American Football League team, said that the 'Bucs' are 'financially well-positioned'. The reaction was decidedly mixed.
Feel free to use this blog to let us know your thoughts arising from tonight's Panorama - remember it is on BBC One at 2235BST.