Astonishing scenes at Old Trafford saw the Premier League match with Liverpool postponed on Sunday afternoon
Manchester United’s match against Liverpool dominated the Premier League news agenda on Sunday – although not for the reason that such a derby typically does.
Prior to the encounter, which was subsequently postponed, hundreds of Man Utd fans protested against the ownership of the Glazers, who tried to push the club into a European Super League against the will of the supporters.
Inevitably, this has led to fans from the Old Trafford pitch to the other side of the world taking to social media to voice their opinions on the matter.
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What has been said?
What a photo. We will not stop. #GlazersOut pic.twitter.com/jN02X8lRLl
— Simply Utd (@SimplyUtd) May 2, 2021
🔰 | This is what you call a protest #MUFC #GetOutGlazers
— UtdXclusive 🔰 (@UtdXclusive) May 2, 2021
— Ben Pearce (@BenPearceDJ) May 2, 2021
— Nikhil Deshpande (@Chaseeism) May 2, 2021
Drove Up From Wales Fight For Something I Care About! OUR CLUB! #GlazersOut x pic.twitter.com/Koh786bFGv
— John Scon Hughes (@Only1JohnScon) May 2, 2021
If you see anyone talking about how much #mufc have spent in defence of the Glazers, they are confirming that they simply haven’t a clue.
All money spent has been generated from club revenue — there has been ZERO external investment unlike clubs like Chelsea & Manchester City.
— ً (@utdrobbo) May 2, 2021
Not everyone is treating it so seriously, though
Fans re-enacting Rooney’s famous overhead kick vs Man City. #mufc pic.twitter.com/9DX2z0g6lA
— The United Stand (@UnitedStandMUFC) May 2, 2021
There’s no way we can lose with a 42-48-24 formation innit? #MUNLIV #GlazersOut pic.twitter.com/GFS3lzaMwI
— Peezu 🇳🇦 (@_peezu) May 2, 2021
These 2 protestors have now played more football at old Trafford than donny van de beek 😭👋😭 #GlazersOut pic.twitter.com/lyXWBqQNso
— 🍟™️ (@MercurialManc) May 2, 2021
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