Manchester United fans mount protest against US owners ahead of Liverpool game

Lots of Manchester United advocates are dissatisfied over the club’s unsuccessful effort to sign up with the European Super League last month. The Glazer household, which likewise owns the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers, runs the club.

“After the security breach at Old Trafford we can confirm the Manchester United v Liverpool match will not kick-off at 16:30 BST,” stated the Premier League’s live blog site.

“The safety of everyone at Old Trafford is paramount. At present there is no revised kick-off time.”

Manchester United and Greater Manchester Authorities did not right away react to CNN’s ask for remark.

“Hundreds of fans have been on the pitch and many are now exiting through gates across a road that normally allows the team buses through,” composed BBC press reporter Simon Stone, who is at Old Trafford.
Supporters protest against Manchester United's owners, inside the club's Old Trafford stadiumon May 2, 2021, ahead of their English Premier League fixture against Liverpool.
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Manchester United — and Liverpool — were 2 of the 12 clubs that last month revealed their objective to breakaway from the existing UEFA competitors format and produce their really own European Super League, prior to the job rapidly deciphered.

“We are disgusted, embarrassed and angry at the owner’s actions in relation to the planning, formation and announcement of the European Super League,” stated the Manchester United Fans Trust at an emergency situation fans online forum conference on Friday.

“Once again this clearly demonstrates that the club’s owners are only interested in maximising their own profits and do not care about or respect the views of Manchester United fans.”
More to follow.

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