Four Manchester United players were furious with club officials after Old Trafford Glazers protests

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Manchester United fans protested against the Glazers and their handling of the club on Sunday.

The protest on Sunday forced the Manchester United vs Liverpool game to be postponed.

According to Daily Express, four Manchester United players were furious after not being allowed to talk to protestors on Sunday.

Manchester United quartet Bruno Fernandes, Harry Maguire, Scott McTominay and Nemanja Matic reportedly wanted to talk to the fans outside the Lowry Hotel but club officials stopped them from engaging with the fans.

“I spoke to (Sky Sports reporter) James Cooper earlier and he told me that the players at the Lowry Hotel pleaded with the staff to allow them outside and to engage with the fans protesting,” @Mufcwesleyy tweeted according to Daily Express.

“The club said no and the players were left absolutely furious.”

In a second tweet they added: “James Cooper stated that Harry Maguire, Bruno Fernandes, Nemanja Matic and Scott McTominay were all trying to convince officials to allow engagement with the United protestors outside of the Lowry Hotel.”

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