Roy Keane has warned the Glazers that Sunday's protests are just 'the start' and that Manchester United fans will not rest until they are driven out of the club after breaking into Old Trafford and causing their game with Liverpool to be postponed.
Thousands of furious United supporters showed their disdain for their club's owners with wild scenes at the weekend during a demonstration at Old Trafford, which subsequently saw Sunday's match called off.
Bottles and flares were thrown in what was an emotionally-charged protest, with some fans breaking into the ground and storming the pitch.
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Thousands of United supporters held a demonstration against their owners on Sunday
Some fans broke into the ground and caused the match with Liverpool to be postponed
Avram and Joel Glazer have never been popular with fans, but they are now going to new extremes in a bid to force them to sell the club after being enraged by their involvement in the botched plans for a European Super League.
United legend Keane admitted he could not criticise fans for protesting and said the frustration with the Glazers had been boiling up to this point for some time.
Speaking on Sky Sports, Keane said: 'They're doing it because they love the club and it's not what has happened over the last few weeks with the Super League.
United supporters are trying to drive Joel Glazer (right) and Avram Glazer (left) out of the club
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Fans want the Glazers out after their involvement in the botched European Super League plans
Following discussion between the Police, The Premier League, Trafford Council and the clubs, our match against Liverpool has been postponed due to safety and security considerations around the protest.
Discussions will now take place with the Premier League on a revised date for the fixture.
Our fans are passionate about Manchester United, and we completely acknowledge the right to free expression and peaceful protest.
However, we regret the disruption to the team and actions which put other fans, staff, and the police in danger.
We thank the police for their support and will assist them in any subsequent investigations.
'I think it's been building for a number of years now, that frustration, and they've come to the end and thought "enough is enough".
'It's been building up over the last few years - disappointment in communication, stuff going on in the backroom, tickets, whatever it might be.
'The leadership of the club has not been good enough, when they look at the owners and feel it's just about making money. The statement today is