THE LATEST financial results from Manchester United show a club in the process of being economically harrassed by the Covid-19 virus, but does not reveal one in a personal crisis. There’s plenty of strength in the MUFC business model, even in these extreme times, but the third quarter was not a full three month period in lockdown. Worse will undoubtedly be the horizon, especially if the Premier does not restart, with or without fans. United’s year-on-year revenues were down nearly 19% to £ 123.7 million. A club of United’s size can deal with that, however uncomfortable it may be to accept, but smaller clubs will be quaking at the prospect of a similar-sized downturn. United are one of the few clubs that report quarterly…