According to Sky Sports information, several supporters have attacked a property of Manchester United executive vice-president Ed Woodward, which has come under heavy criticism of late with the Super League plan.
The turmoil continues on the side of Manchester United. In the midst of the media turmoil linked to the implosion of the Super League, of which the Mancunian club was a founding member, several supporters have expressed their dissatisfaction in recent days.
Last Thursday, several fans temporarily blocked the entrances to the Red Devils training camp, located about twenty minutes from Old Trafford. A group of supporters had already expressed their anger towards the Glazers, among the initiators of the Super League project.
Sky Sports reports that protests continued after the rally outside Carrington. British media claim that several “masked” protesters attacked one of the properties of Manchester United executive vice-president Ed Woodward.
The incident is said to have occurred shortly after the demonstration in Carrington. Reports from officials say the doors outside the £ 2million ‘mansion’ were damaged. However, no one was inside the home during the vandalization.
Ed Woodward to leave Manchester United at the end of the season
Gripped by much criticism lately with the Super League project, Ed Woodward has already announced that he will resign from his post as executive vice-president of Manchester United.
“I am extremely proud to have served United and it has been an honor to work for the biggest football club in the world for the past 16 years. The club is well positioned for the future and it will be difficult to come out on top. end of the year, “he said in a statement relayed by the Mancunian club.
The connection between the implosion of the Super League project is not really established, however, as there were rumors that his departure had been considered for some time. British radio Talk Sport argued that the 49-year-old leader had not been consulted by the owners of the Reds Devils among the rebellious clubs.
Regarded as the club’s main boss, Ed Woodward has already seen his home attacked in January 2020 following a string of poor results. A group then set fire to the exterior of his property.