A group of Manchester United fans have converged on Carrington to restart Glazers Out protests.
United supporters are planning a larger scale protest on Saturday ahead of the weekend’s Premier League match with Norwich City.
As a prelude to this, a group of fans have gathered outside Carrington to deliver a Glazers Out message toward the club owners, with another banner reading: ‘Disgrace not fit to wear the shirt’, aimed at the players.
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The newly formed 1958 group have been calling for Saturday’s protests and are appealing to fans to delay entrance to Old Trafford until 17 minutes into Saturday’s game.
The 17 minutes is to symbolize 17 years of Glazer ownership.
Last year United supporters got the game with Liverpool called off after a day of intense protests against the Glazers outside Old Trafford.
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The group this week countered the news Erik ten Hag will become manager next season by stating planned protests will continue regardless.
United are out of trophy contention already this season and appear highly unlikely to even finish in the top four.
The competition among the super-rich to buy Chelsea has instigated fresh hope a buyer could be found for United if the Glazers could be convinced to sell.
Just yesterday Talksport host Andy Goldstein appealed to Elon Musk to buy the club.
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