Manchester United take swipe at anti-Glazer protestors in official statement

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Manchester United have released an official statement following the cancellation of today’s Premier League clash against Liverpool due to huge protests at Old Trafford.

Large numbers of Man Utd fans gathered at the club’s home ground to make it clear they opposed the Glazer ownership, and it resulted in today’s big game not being able to go ahead.

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It remains to be seen when the match will be rescheduled for, but for now United have made it clear they’re not happy with the fans who protested at Old Trafford today.

See below for the club’s official statement via Rob Harris…

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United made it clear they felt these protests went too far, suggesting they put fans, staff and police in danger.

These huge protests follow other recent protests from fans of a number of clubs against the hugely unpopular European Super League proposals.

It now seems United are keen to keep that energy going as they try to get the Glazers out of their club.


  1. Game being postponed today is a real shame and I don’t know the full reasons why. As I live in Ireland I can only comment on what I saw on the TV but United seem to have vastly underestimated the strength of feeling among the United Supporters. You would have thought that knowing there was going to be a protest today more would have been done to secure the ground and ensure the safety of all players and staff involved. Again they have shown that they don’t understand or listen to what the supporters are saying.

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