Manchester United fans have now taken part in another protest against the club owners the Glazers on Saturday at Old Trafford, MySportDab reports.
The latest protest took place outside Old Trafford stadium, Manchester on Saturday, November 13.
Ahead of the protest, fans tried to use social media to generate interest around the movement and gain a large number of fans at the club’s stadium.
However, only some 30 Manchester United fans attended the protest on Saturday.
Some fans wore yellow and green scarfs, the colours of Newton Heath, the former Manchester United club name before 1902.
The colours are symbols now used for all anti-Glazers protests.
The fans frustration of their owners has been ongoing throughout The Glazers 16 years stay so far at Manchester United.
The most recent is due to the club’s current poor run of results and lack of accountability from its owners.
Manchester United are currently sixth after 11 games in the Premier League this season, which is a poor start and many have asked for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to be sacked.
The Saturday protest was scheduled to take place at Old Trafford at 3pm and fans arrived shouting ‘Glazers Out’ and ‘Enough is enough’.