It’s not over. Manchester United fans planning further protests against the Glazers

If the Glazer family think the protests against their ownership is over, then they need to have a rethink.

According to The Times via Daily Mail, Manchester United fans are planning further protests against the Glazer family over their ownership of the club.

The report claims United’s next home game against Leicester City on May 12 and the replay of the Liverpool match are potential targets for further protests. A date for the rearranged fixture with Jurgen Klopp’s side is yet to be determined.

Manchester United’s Premier League game against Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday was postponed after fans gained entry into the stadium amid protests against the Glazers.

Manchester United fans want the American owners to sell the club after getting fed up with their ownership and their support for the aborted European Super League.

Manchester United fans were sidelined by the Glazers after they opted to join the controversial European Super League.

Meanwhile, Manchester United legend Roy Keane believes the protests on Sunday are just a sign of what is to come.

He said: “Sometimes you have to put a marker down for people to take notice and this will go all over the world now and people will have to sit up and take note.

“Hopefully the owners of Man United will say ‘these fans are deadly serious’ and there’s more to come. This is just the start of it for United fans, mark my words.

“This is just the start for United fans and their plan is for the United owners to give in and sell the club.”

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