Manchester United fans are now preparing for an anti-Glazer protest before Saturday’s EPL match at Old Trafford, MySportDab reports.
Fans want to force out the American owners out of Manchester United but it would take more than a protest.
There is a level of disappointment in the hierarchy over the current disappointing season.
Outside of United’s Carrington training, a fan left a note which slammed the plans and coaches of the club.
The note read: ‘Disappointing s**tbags. Not good enough to wear the shirt, get out!.
This comes after United lost to Everton and are now likely to miss out on the top four.
A Manchester United Fan group called The 1958 have now decided to hold a protest march against the Glazers at Old Trafford before the Norwich game.
They want fans to remain outside the stadium for the first 17 minutes of the match to send a clear message.
It would be a message to show the bad reflection of the Glazer family’s 17-year ownership of Manchester United.
The Plans have been shared on different social media platforms and fans are ready to join in.
Share, retweet, let’s get the message to all Reds! 🇾🇪 pic.twitter.com/ZaYEMpjlFr
— The 1958 (@The__1958) April 10, 2022
This month marks a year since United’s role in the European Super League sparked outrage against the Glazers.
Some fans stormed Carrington broke into Old Trafford following a mass protest before a match against Liverpool, which got postponed.
Chairman Joel Glazer apologised over the incident and has tried to be more active with the fanbase.
The statement from fan group, The 1958 read: ‘This will not be another Liverpool.
‘This is only the start of the peaceful and legal protests and actions against our owners.
‘We know the challenges and we won’t waver or not meet these goals.’
Meanwhile, Ajax Coach Erik ten Hag linked with the Manchester United job does not want to be distracted by the noise and rumours.
When asked about the Man Utd job, he threatened to leave an interview after Ajax win over Sparta Rotterdam.