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OMG! Manchester United Fans Plan Mass Walkout In Protest Against The Glazers, Ed Woodward (Details)

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Manchester United fans are planning to show their anger towards the board by doing a massive walkout in February, MySportDab reports.

The Red Devils have endured a poor season so far under  Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and are currently fifth on the Premier League table.
A 2-0 home defeat to Burnley on Wednesday night made thing more worse for the Norwegian manager, with thousands of fans expressing their anger towards with club with chorus of Boos after the game.
Despite a poor start to the new campaign, the Old Trafford hierarchy have still backed Solskjaer, making fans even more Furious.
Now, fans are getting impatient and expressed their displeasure towards the club’s owners, the Glazer family and executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward.
MySportDab understands Manchester United fans are planning to send the Glazers a very clear message by walking out of the stadium during the second half of the  Premier League match with Wolves on February 1.
The Angry fans plan to all walk out of Old Trafford in the 58th minute of their match with Nuno Espirito Santo’s side.
Organisers for the protest are hopeful to convince thousands of fans to take part in the walkout and send a very clear message to the Glazers and Ed Woodward.
Doing this walkout would surely make a strong point to the Glazers and Woodward, both who have ruined United according to angry supporters across the globe.
However, Coach Solskjaer is still hoping to alleviate the mounting pressure on him by signing new players before the transfer window closes.
Manchester United now play next on Sunday afternoon against Tranmere Rovers in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
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