By Chris Wheeler for MailOnline
Published: 12:13 BST, 3 May 2021 | Updated: 12:16 BST, 3 May 2021
The Manchester United Supporters Trust have again written to the club’s chairman Joel Glazer urging him to listen to their complaints following Sunday’s protest at Old Trafford.
The demonstration against United’s American owners turned ugly as fans broke into the ground and clashed with police, forcing the postponement of the game against Liverpool.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
MUST said it doesn’t condone the violence but called for the Glazers to engage with fans who feel ‘ever more sidelined and ignored’.
Manchester United fans staged protests on Sunday against American owners the Glazers
United's Supporters Trust have penned an open letter to Joel Glazer and given him and his brother until Friday to respond to their four-point plan for change at Old Trafford
The letter said Sunday's protests were a 'culmination of 16 years of debt and decline' under Avram Glazer (left) and Joel Glazer (right)
The letter reads: ‘The Fans Forum wrote to you and your senior management team on Friday. We don’t know if you saw it, but after the events of yesterday we trust your attention is now fully