Manchester United legend Gary Neville has warned the Glazers that the fans have spoken after Sunday’s protest at Old Trafford and insists the protest won’t go away.
“It’s a warning to the owners of the football clubs. We know some fans came in and were reasonably peaceful,” Neville told Sky Sports.
“The fans have spoken. It’s not going to go away. Fans don’t trust the owners of Manchester United, they don’t like them, they think the owners should leave.
“Beyond today, fans across the country need to unite to make sure there is reform in English football
“We don’t want to hear about disturbances today but fans have had enough. The story today is that the fans have set the spark. Will they stop another game next time?
“I hope they’ll move towards something more measured, calm and pointed. The ball is in the owners’ court. Two weeks ago, I must say it again, it was a shocker.”