Due to the invasion of Old Trafford Stadium by angry Manchester United fans, the derby match between Manchester United and Liverpool was postponed. The fans asked the owner of Glaser Club to leave because he interfered with the establishment of the Super League.
According to “Sport” reports, fans destroyed several cameras during the protest to record the game, and former football player Stan Collymore also released a video of the incident.
Due to the riots, players from Manchester United and Liverpool were unable to go to the stadium, and club representatives held a meeting with the people of the Premier League to arrange a new date for the game.
Some media reports from England said that four Manchester United players wanted to go out and discuss issues in front of angry fans, but the club’s management did not allow them to do so.
Harry Maguire, Bruno Fernandes, Nemanja Matić and Scott McTominay wanted to stand in front of the fans, but did not Get permission.
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.