sport news protestors climbed over steel gates to enter Munich Tunnel ...

protesters climbed over steel gates to enter Munich Tunnel and open access door to allow over a hundred fans into Old Trafford... ending rumours that a member of staff assisted break-in that forced postponement of Liverpool game supporters broke into the Old Trafford Stadium on Sunday The fans were leading a protest against the Glazers' ownership of the club It has now been revealed that it was United supporters who led the break-in There had been fears that an access door had been opened by a member of staff The on-pitch protests and carnage that followed led to the Premier League encounter with Liverpool being postponed 

By Chris Wheeler for MailOnline

Published: 13:59 BST, 3 May 2021 | Updated: 14:04 BST, 3 May 2021


fans who got inside the Munich Tunnel and forced open an access door were responsible for letting in more than a hundred fellow protesters during Sunday’s demonstration at Old Trafford, it has been revealed.

There have been concerns that the door was opened by a member of staff after protesters who got into the stadium and onto the pitch told Sportsmail that it was opened from within.

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The Supporters Trust also raised the issue in a statement on Sunday, saying: ‘Whilst the invasion of the stadium isn't something we expected – and it is rumoured a gate was opened for fans – even if that is not the case we believe the vast majority of staff are sympathetic with the views of the fans.’

Manchester United supporters furiously protested against the club's ownership of the Glazer family before their side's game against Liverpool on Sunday

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