About 20 fans Manchester United CT stormed the club’s training in Carrington, in the Manchester metropolitan area, to protest the club’s entry into the now extinct area. Super LegaLast Sunday, a new competition between 12 of the biggest clubs in Europe was announced (18).
Fans carried flags with the messages “Away, Glazers” related to the American Glazer family who owns Manchester United and are receiving heavy criticism from fans. Information from the diary the sun, from England.
There was still a sign that read, “We decide when to play.” Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer stepped in and spoke to the crowd before leaving CT. The protests came more than 24 hours after CEO Ed Woodward, one of the club’s leaders, resigned at the end of the season.
Two days ago, after intense pressure from the English Football Association, FIFA and UEFA, the English clubs decided to leave the Premier League. United’s withdrawal statement said: “We remain committed to working with others across the football community to find sustainable solutions to the long-term challenges facing football.”