The Manchester United vs Liverpool match was originally scheduled to take place on May 2, but the match was postponed to Thursday due to supporters’ protests about the establishment of the Super League at Old Trafford. But we don’t know if it can be played now, because the fans once again let us know their dissatisfaction.
Manchester United-Liverpool: Another fan protests
Hundreds of protesting fans gathered in front of the Manchester United Stadium and used torches or banners to express their dissatisfaction with the Glaser family’s rule. They opened fire and showed many banners to American club owners, but this time the fans did not break into the stadium. The protesters sang that they will decide when the game will take place.
The fans also want to prevent Liverpool players from entering Old Trafford. They blocked the coach’s way and then-according to the “Athletics” report-deflated the wheels. Only after the police intervenes, is it possible to calm the situation. The vehicle continues to move, even though there is no Liverpool player in it who will use the same second coach.
Manchester United v Liverpool: Legends highlight the club’s problems
Players from both clubs have no major problems arriving at the stadium. Manchester United players at Old Trafford appeared in the referee’s first whistle at 21.15 hours. Compared with the normal preparation, this is a big change. Players are usually grouped in a local hotel. Bruno Fernandes (Bruno Fernandes) said that he hopes that changes to the plan will not affect the form of the team.
Gary Neville said: “If you have to be surrounded by prison walls and hundreds of police officers to organize a game and there are no fans in the stands, then you must see something is wrong.” Another Manchester United team Player Roy Keane added: “The MU fans have not finished their last sentence.” This way, when the stands are open, 70,000 seats can be seated. Frustrated fans.