Manchester United fans have broken into Old Trafford and are protesting on the pitch after resuming their fight against the Glazer family property ahead of Sunday’s clash with Liverpool.
Fans have also gathered outside the team’s hotel – The Lowry Hotel in Manchester, where the United team are staying ahead of the game – ahead of Sunday’s game at Old Trafford, where 10,000 are expected to congregate.
Many United supporters are still angry and upset with their club’s role as one of the founding members of the proposed European Separator Super League.
United’s game against Liverpool is set to start at 4.30pm, live on Sky Sports. If United lose the game, Manchester City will be crowned champions with four games to go.
United owner Joel Glazer, unveiled as Super League vice-president when the bombshell announcement was made, apologized in an open letter to all club fans after being forced to shut down. withdraw plans.
However, the apology appears to have been rejected by the club’s fan base who protested outside Old Trafford last week, after further protesting at United’s training ground Carrington.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says United fans have a right to voice their anger over the European Super League and the protests haven’t ended there, with 10,000 in total expected to go to Old Trafford on Sunday.