Man Utd fans have let club down just like Glazers by storming training ground… there are better ways to force a change

THERE is a way to protest and make feelings known and this isn't it.

The Glazer family let Manchester United down in the week, but so have the fans who stormed the training ground and broke onto private property.


What did they think was going to happen? Joel Glazer to appear and hand over the keys?

It wasn't Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and the players' decision to join the European Super League, it was the board led by Joel Glazer.

So, what can we do? Have a demonstration that doesn't break the law outside of Old Trafford. What about starting a group to organise a takeover?

Anything but disrupt the place where players are preparing for an important game against Leeds United.

The European Super League has gone.

There was never a right time to do this but if there was, it would have been Sunday or Monday when the news broke.

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There are several supporters on social media that because they go home and away, feel like they’re the unofficial voice of all Manchester United supporters – they aren’t.

Most are sensible, intelligent human beings.

I question the intelligence of these individuals.

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