In Manchester, there is an internal war between fans and club owners. Yesterday, Old Trafford fans once again declared their dissatisfaction.
Since 2005, Manchester United has been in the hands of the Glazer family. During her tenure, the “Red Devils” were no longer one of the best in the world.
Five years ago, the club won its last cup. With the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson, the team failed to win one English Championship.
Manchester remains one of the richest clubs, but an impressive budget does not translate into successes on the field. Almost every year, United spend hundreds of millions on players who don’t pay off later.
The Red Devils are tired of their owners. On the occasion of yesterday’s match against Brentford, a protest was organized.
In the 73rd minute, I heard screams at Old Trafford: “Glazer out.” Later, some fans left the stadium. There were 17 minutes left in the match, symbolizing the 17-year-old Glazer’s era in Manchester.
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