Manchester United fans have been protesting against the ownership of the Glazers, and it got to a peak after their involvement in the European Super League, which was deemed as a greedy scheme.
Thousands of supporters took to the street to protest enmasse ahead of Sunday’s game against Liverpool, which eventually caused the game to be postponed.
Meanwhile, former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has questioned the actions of the protesters and wonders if it represents the wider view of the majority of the fans.
“First of all you always have to know whether this is the majority,” said Wenger.
“We live in a society where the protesters aren’t always the majority. The media only consider the minority of protesters.
“I would say as a football fan I was against the Super League project because it ignores what makes football great.”