“Glazers out” Man Utd fans protest…but only 15 in number

There was a protest chanting Glazers Out, but only 15 fans showed up to protest.

The Glazers, who own the club, put the club up for sale last November. United fans have been chanting for the Glazers to be out for not investing in the club. The announcement of the sale was good news for fans. But even that has been slow in coming.

Halfway through 2023, we still don’t have a new owner. The field has been narrowed down to Sheikh Jassim-led Qatari capital and British tycoon Jim Radcliffe, but that’s about it. Reports suggest that Sheikh Jassim is in the running, but nothing has been confirmed. According to local media reports, 토토사이트 Jassim has made five offers and Radcliffe three.

The lack of support for the sale of the club extends to the transfer market. The summer transfer window has opened and United have yet to make a move. There’s only talk of a major sale by manager Eric ten Hagg. Harry Kane (Tottenham) is on the move, and Jude Bellingham is already headed to Real Madrid. Kim Min-Jae (Napoli) has been targeted to bolster the defense, but Bayern Munich are currently ahead of the pack.

In response, United fans threatened to protest, which they did outside the club’s shop on Monday (Aug. 28). “Stop being greedy. Leave the glaziers,” read a placard. However, the protest was not well-received, with only a few fans showing up. “We need more people, I don’t know what the point of this is, it’s actually embarrassing,” said one Man Utd fan after watching.

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