On Wednesday, Manchester United co-owner Joel Glazer wrote an open letter to fans apologising for their decision to join the European Super League, which had been seen as a greedy scheme by many.
Manchester United were part of the 12 founding members of the European Super League, but the club had to pull out after heavy backlash from fans.
Joel Glazer had apologised for Manchester United’s involvement in the proposed breakaway competition, and he vowed that bridges will be built with supporters.
But supporters don’t seem to have accepted the apologies, and have been launching protests at Old Trafford for days now.
United fans had blocked the entrance to Carrington on Thursday, and United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had to come out to address the fans, with Solskjaer admitting that his discussion with fans lasted for up to ten minutes.
Angry Manchester United fans blocked the entrance to Old Trafford on Saturday to yet again show their disgust at the Glazers.
‘Glazers Out’, ‘Enough is Enough’ and ‘United Against Greed’ were some of the banners held high, as fans also carried flares during the protest.