Man United fans are seemingly doing all they can to make their voices heard.
The European Super League idea has been shut down; for now at least. Manchester United fans have driven Edward Woodward out of Old Trafford. Now, they’re going for the head of the snake; The Glazer family.
These guys have leached off Manchester United for sixteen years now, and this latest attempt at a money grab has infuriated the Old Trafford supporters like never before. This time, I don’t see our fan base going away quietly like they did in 2005.
This morning, a group of Man United fans would storm United’s Carrington training ground, blocking the entrance, before making it onto the property.
They’d display anti-Glazer banners, making their voices heard about the 51% fan ownership idea that is based on the German model.
Apparently, these guys would then talk to the likes of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Michael Carrick, Darren Fletcher and Nemanja Matic – before leaving the AON Training Complex.
Check out the photos here:
These guys have every right to protest, but only on the right side of the law. First and foremost, I don’t condone them breaking and entering, because do that in any other situation and you’re likely going to get arrested.
I understand why they want to make their voices heard but you have to do it by proper means. That said, I doubt this wouldn’t have received the media traction it did if they didn’t enter club premises.
Apparently, there’s a wider-scale protest scheduled for 3 o’clock this weekend at Old Trafford. It’ll be interesting to see how many folks turn up for that one…
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