Before their game against Liverpool on Monday night, MANCHESTER UNITED supporters are anticipated to demonstrate.
If the game is postponed, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp feels that his team should receive all three points against Manchester United on Monday night. Numerous demonstrations against the Glazer family are anticipated that evening at Old Trafford from United supporters.
The Greater Manchester Police are believed to have developed a plan to ensure that the demonstrations won’t result in the match between United and Liverpool being called off this season, as they did last season. Even so, Klopp believes it is only appropriate for his team to leave Old Trafford triumphant if history does really repeat itself.
The Theatre of Dreams is becoming increasingly tense, and United’s poor season debut has only served to fuel the flames. Erik ten Hag’s new team has lost both of its first two games this season, and the club has struggled to bring in the elite players they so desperately need.
But even Casemiro’s transfer from Real Madrid hasn’t been able to calm the Glazers’ critics, who are sick of the club’s poor results and chaotic management. Supporters’ protests took place in various locations throughout the previous season, and they will resume on Monday.
The ‘The 1958’ fan protest organization is leading the charge as the demonstrators hope for a large turnout for their nonviolent protest in an effort to show the Glazers that they are tired of being under their ownership. Sir Jim Ratcliffe is reportedly interested in buying United, but it’s unclear whether the Glazer family is as eager to leave the team or if the demonstrations would have any impact on their choice.
Currently in possession of Manchester United, a famous English football club, are the six heirs of the late American businessman Malcolm Glazer, who bought a controlling stake in the team in 2005.