By Alec Fenn For Mailonline
Published: 19:41 GMT, 1 February 2020 | Updated: 19:41 GMT, 1 February 2020
Manchester United's vice executive chairman Ed Woodward was a surprise absentee for the club's Premier League clash with Wolves on Saturday.
Woodward's home in Cheshire was attacked by United fans on Tuesday, with supporters calling for him to quit as a result of their struggling form this season.
A mob of around 20 balaclava-clad supporters launched an attack on Woodward's luxurious mansion near Knutsford, in which he lives with his wife, Isabelle, and his two young twin daughters.
Manchester United chief executive Ed Woodward was absent for Saturday's clash with Wolves
Woodward attended clash with Manchester City just days after an attack by fans on his house
A gang of fans assembled outside Woodward's house and threw a red smoke bomb at property
The gang assembled outside the house and rang an intercom on his large gates at the