sport news 's 1958 group calls for 'no complacency' as they look to ... trends now

sport news 's 1958 group calls for 'no complacency' as they look to ... trends now
sport news Manchester United's 1958 group calls for 'no complacency' as they look to ... trends now

sport news Manchester United's 1958 group calls for 'no complacency' as they look to ... trends now

Manchester United's 1958 supporter group calls for 'no complacency' as they prepare to protest the club's ownership at Old Trafford on Monday, despite interest from Britain's richest man Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Apollo in buying a minority stake in the club Manchester United's owners came under fire after their 4-0 loss on Saturday  Protests against the Glazer family have been planned for Monday's game The 1958 group has urged fans not to back down despite talks of a partial sale Apollo are currently in talks with the Glazers over buying a minority stake 

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The 1958 group of Manchester United supporters has urged fans to stay vigilant in their criticism of the club, despite talk of the Glazer family selling a minority stake.

Sportsmail understands that the Glazers are in talks with private equity firm Apollo over a partial sale, while Britain's richest man Sir Jim Ratcliffe has expressed interest in buying the club.

United's American owners have come under renewed criticism after a shocking start to the season that has left the club bottom of the Premier League table after two games.

Despite talk of ownership changes at the club, the 1958 group were adamant fans should still come out in protest. They tweeted: 'No complacency! This is not over! 

'It’s time to push hard to the finish line! Monday we expect large numbers. This is a chance for every United fan to be on the right side of history. 

'Do not let this pass! Time to unite and put all

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