Manchester United: Supporters’ big show against Glazer ahead of Norwich

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As expected, Manchester United supporters marched on Saturday to demand the departure of the Glazer family, who have run the club since 2005. Fans sing their outrage during the Premier League encounter against Norwich at Old Trafford.

Voices are rising in favor of Manchester United supporters. Before Saturday’s reception for Norwich (at The Indian Paper 2) on Day 33 of the Premier League, Red Devils fans protested against the Glazer family, who have owned the club since 2005. Hostile banners were seen near Old Trafford and protesters marched through the streets. Near the stadium.

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This Friday, many supporters of the collective “The 1958” already went to the Carrington training center with similar demands. He was asked to wait 17 minutes to enter Old Trafford this Saturday, a figure that corresponds to the number of years in the presidency for the Glazer family.

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“We love United, we hate Glazer”, may we read exclusively on the signs. The club’s poor management is pointed out, while the team is seventh in the championship, far from early ambitions. “I haven’t known Manchester United for years, especially in terms of the identity of the game. It was a job before I moved to Old Trafford, taking a point was so complicated, with a very aggressive game that appealed to supporters used to”, commented Emmanuel Petit on The Indian Paper, he was former Arsenal.

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“Wake Up If You Hate The Glazers”, Sing Fans

Since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson in the summer of 2013, Manchester United have spent EUR 1.35 billion on the transfer market with a deficit of EUR 943 million. However, the club no longer won the championship and were only runners-up in 2018 and 2021. Mancunians won the FA Cup and Europa League in 2016 but also the League Cup in 2017.

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Manchester United supporters promised a hearing this Saturday and have kept their word. “Stand up if you hate the Glazers,” said fans in the opening minutes of the game against Norwich. Under no circumstances will Joel Glazer listen to this popular revolt, the one who hasn’t been to Old Trafford for more than 3 years.

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