Man United vs Liverpool postponed
The headline news in the footballing world over the past week has of course centered around Manchester United.
The Reds were part of the proposed European Super League which was announced and collapsed in the space of a few days last month after huge fan backlash.
Fans of some of the ESL clubs, however, have not stopped at the collapse of the league and are continuing to have their voice heard.
Arsenal fans protested against their owners, KSE, last month prior to their clash with Everton.
And, this past weekend, Man United fans held a protest of their own, which somehow saw hundreds of fans end up on the Old Trafford pitch ahead of their meeting with Liverpool on Sunday.
BREAKING: Angry Manchester United fans are staging a protest against the club’s owners after getting inside their Old Trafford stadium.
— Sky News (@SkyNews) May 2, 2021
The fans were eventually moved on, but it was decided on the day that the game would need to be postponed.
Man United fans targeting club’s sponsors
In the aftermath of the protests, Avram Glazer was quizzed by Sky News on the ESL and if it was time to sell the club.
However, he refused to answer any of the questions and instead got in his car and drove away:
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) May 4, 2021
Elsewhere, Man United fans have continued to protest the Glazers’ ownership of their club and are now targeting sponsors.
As per The Telegraph, United fans have launched an attack on the club’s commercial partners in a bid to change the ownership of the club.
For example, TeamViewer, who are Man United’s new shirt sponsor, have seen their rating fall on consumer review websites.
All partners of United have also received a letter calling on them to end ties with the club while the Glazers are in charge, read the full letter below:
Please RT this open letter in full which an unnamed Manchester United fans’ group have written to United’s commercial partners pic.twitter.com/vZOMNNsI9g
— The United Stand (@UnitedStandMUFC) May 4, 2021
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