Manchester United fans are back at Old Trafford for the first time since March 2020.

Up to 10,000 players are allowed to play in the Premier League with Fulham tonight, the final home game of the season.

It feels different to the last game against Liverpool, where large groups of fans protested outside the premises.

This time around the stadium, disapproval of Glazer ownership is shown with the symbolic green and gold, the colors of the former United team, Newton Heath, a reference to the club’s history.

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In front of Old Trafford, posters were distributed with the simple message “Go, Glazers Out”.

These were given to fans who went into the ground to hold them and show how those supporters did it below …

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Other devotees chose to wear green and gold scarves to show their dissatisfaction with the glasses.

Whether or not it was difficult for some Reds to take part in the game, it was difficult for some Reds to reconcile with the ongoing Glazer protest, but it was difficult for regulars not to see the team for well over a year.

Finding ways to peacefully protest while in the ground may be a happy medium for now, as the police presence outside is aimed at limiting large-scale protests against Glazer.

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