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Manchester United fans have launched a protest against co-chairmen Avram and Joel Glazer, asking them to engage with supporters over the future of the Premier League club. The Red Knights group of fans and businessmen have taken out a full page advert in the match-day programme for the game against Sunderland at Old Trafford on Saturday to show their feelings. The message on the Manchester United Supporters’ Trust advert says: “Seventy five per cent of fans oppose Malcolm Glazer’s ownership of Manchester United, yet the board continues to ignore supporters’ wishes. We ask the Glazers to engage with fans and take the club forward together.”
The Red Knights, a supporters group that has been pushing for the ownership of Manchester United to be changed, are urging the club’s co-chairman to engage with the fan base to ensure a smooth transition. The Red Knights, a supporters group that has been pushing for the ownership of Manchester United to be changed, are urging the club’s co-chairman to engage with the fan base to ensure a smooth transition. Recently, the Red Knights released a statement calling for the removal of Malcolm Glazer from power, and stated their intention to engage with fans to improve match day experience and enhance the overall brand to ensure that Manchester United remains one of the most profitable franchises in the world.
Manchester United fans storm the Old Trafford ground in protest at the club’s ownership.
Manchester United’s Supporters’ Trust has asked co-chairman Joel Glazer to approach fans to prevent a repeat of Sunday’s protests at Old Trafford.
United’s Premier League match against Liverpool has been called off after some 200 fans forced their way onto the pitch.
The Football Association is investigating the incident and has said it understands the fans’ frustration.
The fans were protesting against the owners Glazers who have led the club into debt and decline.
No member of the Glazer family has ever had a conversation with us, they wrote in an open letter.
According to the foundation, frustration reached a boiling point on Sunday, leading to the protest.
Fans were outraged by United’s decision last month, along with five Premier League clubs, to join the European Super League (ESL), after which they all withdrew.
Joel Glaser has apologised unconditionally on behalf of the club for his involvement in the ESL, but he MUST say he doesn’t trust the owners.
This is the first time a Premier League match has been postponed due to fan protests.
Police said two officers were injured during the protest outside the building.
The FA stated in a statement that it could not justify the violent and criminal behaviour that took place before Manchester United’s scheduled match against Liverpool.
Earlier on Monday, MUST had said it supported the right of supporters to protest legally.
While we have not personally witnessed such acts, we certainly do not condone violence, the advocacy group said.
None of us wants this to continue.
Some United fans also gathered before the match outside the Lowry Hotel where the players were staying.
The FA will talk to United, the Premier League and the security services to find out what happened and what the reasons were.
Manchester United have said that the criminal damage caused by protesters storming the stadium grounds and violence against staff, other fans and police officers is now a matter for the police.
The club does not want peaceful protesters to be punished, but will work with police to identify those involved in criminal activity and will apply its own sanctions to any season ticket holder or member identified under the published sanctions policy, the club said in a statement.
The club also reiterated its commitment to stay in touch with fans through its fan forum and other relevant channels.
MUST has developed a four-point plan that he believes will move us all forward.
It has asked the club to participate in a review by the Government of the Board of Football Supporters and to appoint independent directors to the Board.
They also want the club to work with MUST and other fans on a fan sharing programme and to consult season ticket holders on major changes at the club.
That is the only way to move forward on this issue. We strongly encourage you to accept it, the statement said.
MUST ask for a public and written response by Friday.
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