It was already a busy morning in Carrington with protests against Glazer underway.

A small group of fans blocked the entrance to Manchester United’s Carrington training ground with a banner that read “We decide when you play”.

This is in response to United’s disastrous efforts to create a European Super League that resulted in co-owner Joel Glazer apologizing to supporters.

Fans were also given access to the Carrington training ground, which featured a Glazers Out banner.

The other banner called for the government to enact a 51 percent fan ownership rule, similar to that in German football.

According to BBC Sport’s Simon Stone, the situation is now vague.

He reports that fans have left the training ground after talks with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, coach Michael Carrick and technical director Darren Fletcher and midfielder Nemanja Matic.

From @ManUtd: “This morning at around 9am a group got access to the club’s training ground. The manager and others spoke to them. The buildings were safe and the group has now left the site. “

– Simon Stone (@ sistoney67) April 22, 2021

In addition to OGS, Michael Carrick, Darren Fletcher and Nemanja Matic spoke to the fans.

– Simon Stone (@ sistoney67) April 22, 2021

The group has made its point of view effectively and United’s training session is expected to continue normally.

The increasing protests are a sign of the anger that has existed against the Glazer family since 2005 and is now gushing up again.

The Super League’s botched efforts and Ed Woodward’s imminent exit later this year give hope that additional pressure may force glasses to sell or the government may legislate to oust them.

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