Man United stars left ‘furious’ after being prevented from talking to protesters before Liverpool game

Man Utd stars wanted to talk to fans

The match between Manchester United and Liverpool was postponed yesterday after supporters protesting against the owners of the club, the Glazer family, broke into Old Trafford and created a security risk.

Sky Sports reporter James Cooper supposedly told one of the protesters that some of the players, including Bruno Fernandes & Harry Maguire, were left ‘furious’ when they were told they couldn’t engage and reason with the fans.

Petr Cech pleaded with Chelsea fans earlier in the week in order to let the team bus into the ground on the day of the Super League protests which saw the collapse of proposals.

The players were of course prevented for their own safety, the same reasons behind the game’s postponement, however, the consequences of the incident are yet to play out.

Wrong Glazer targeted on social media

For many supporters who could not be in attendance for the protest, they made their voices known on social media.

Jay Glazer, an NFL personality, was consistently targeted by United fans thanks to his verified account and 1.2m+ followers convincing some that he must be involved.

He took to social media to try and show fans he had nothing to do with the club or that specific Glazer family.

Eventually though the pressure told. Glazer posted he would be selling his imaginary stake in the club in hope some supporters may stop harassing him.

United is actually owned by the 6 children of the late original owner Malcolm Glazer: Joel, Avram, Kevin, Bryan, Darcie and Edward Glazer.

Jay Glazer will hope the fanfare will begin to fade now his identity has been revealed and his fiction stake is to be sold.

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