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Manchester United fans reveal protest plans for Liverpool game

By Charles Cornwall

Manchester United fans reveal protest plans for Liverpool game

Erik Ten Hag made a disastrous start to the season with back-to-back defeats to Brighton and Brentford.

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Erik Ten Hag made a disastrous start to the season with back-to-back defeats to Brighton and Brentford, leaving the Red Devils bottom of the Premier League. The Glazer family took most of the blame for the state Manchester United is in, and fans are desperate for the owners to sell the club and move on.

The 1958, a Manchester United supporters' group, is leading the way in driving the Glazers out of Old Trafford, and has revealed its protest plans for the game against Liverpool on Monday night.

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"Today we unveil our plans for the match against Liverpool. A match that will have the eyes of the world watching. A match for United fans to unite and show the world our deep dissatisfaction with this vile ownership," The 1958 released in a statement.

"An ownership that is systematically starving the world's greatest football institution of greed. We cannot allow this to continue. It is not about division, it is about unity. All United fans have the right to protest with 1958 or individually. It is not about confrontation. Anything else plays entirely into the hands of the Glazers," they added.

Peaceful protest 

According to the fans, there should be no differences between them, which is why they asked to join the march from 7pm for a protest on the concourse and put up their banner, furthermore, they indicated that they are aware of the emotions of rejection towards the club, but seek to keep it legal, peaceful, because they do not seek to give the Glazers the opportunity to take that as a pretext to discredit the protests. 


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