By Ian Ladyman for MailOnline
Published: 19:07 BST, 2 May 2021 | Updated: 19:10 BST, 2 May 2021
For those familiar with the structural decline of Old Trafford during the years of Glazer ownership, the ease with which supporters entered Manchester United’s stadium will not have been a surprise.
There have been holes in the roof of the Main Stand for years. Maybe the doors no longer have locks either.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
What a sad spectacle, nevertheless.
The Glazers never plan on listening to Manchester United fans, they never have before now
Supporters forced United's clash with Liverpool to be called-off on Sunday with a protest
Towards the end of a season played without fans, this was something new, something even more depressing. A marquee game due to be played without fans called off because of the way top flight football has taken to treating its fans.
Wherever next? Onwards towards something better we can only hope.
United’s fans had every right to stage this protest and they have had some practice. The owners have been in situ for sixteen years now yet the days of the ‘Green and Gold’ demonstrations that marked the Glazers’ early tenure do not seem very long ago.
It will not get them anywhere. The Glazers are not listening. They never were and never will.
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United fans stormed the Old Trafford pitch, overwhelming security to get their voices heard
Police struggled to get the situation under control after demonstrators broke into the ground
But the rank and file United fans know this. They are not stupid. A protest does not lose