Manchester United and Liverpool should postpone the Premier League game from 21:15 tonight. The game was originally scheduled for May 2, but due to the intrusion of Manchester United fans at Old Trafford, the game was postponed to tonight.
Recall that due to dissatisfaction with the Manchester United owners, the fans then rushed into the field and postponed the game. Today, the Manchester Police are ready to welcome Liverpool’s visit, but even now it will not pass without problems.
Follow the event process on the index.
20:00 fans threatened to break
The fans are now gathering near Old Trafford and threatening to take another break. The torch was lit and a police helicopter flew over the stadium. There were hundreds of police officers on the ground to protect the space around the stadium.
19:35 The attacker missed the bus
After some time, the police cleared the passage to Old Trafford and the Liverpool players went to the stadium but were not on the bus. As it was announced later, the Liverpool team took a black instead of red bus to race, so it seemed that Manchester United fans had mistakenly dropped their tires on the wrong bus.
19:15 Manchester United fans attacked Liverpool bus
Manchester United fans blocked the passage of a bus carrying Liverpool players on a street in downtown Manchester, even blowing air from the tires. This news was reported from the scene by sports reporters.
-Daniel Taylor (@DTathletic) May 13 2021
Recall that the pesky Glazer family led by Malcolm Glazer started buying Manchester United shares in 2003, and they have been the club’s major shareholders since 2005.
The club from Old Trafford was one of the 12 founders of the game. Under pressure from fans, the government and UEFA, he announced his withdrawal from the game only two days before he withdrew from the game.
After the first news of the establishment of the Super League came out, fans gathered at Old Trafford demanded that the American Glazer family be removed from the club immediately. Some of them even burned the American flag a few days ago. Manchester United boss Joel Glazer recently apologized to club fans in an open letter, but this did not help him.
At the end of April, fans rushed into the club’s training center in Carrington and blocked the entrance of coaches and players.