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Manchester United fans are planning more protests against the Glazers ahead of the rearranged game against Liverpool next week.
United's game with Liverpool was supposed to be played last Sunday, where a loss for the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side would have seen Manchester City crowned champions, but the game was postponed.
Fans gathered outside the Lowry Hotel, where United players meet ahead of games, to stop players leaving and outside Old Trafford to protest against the Glazers ownership of the club.
Some got into the ground, and onto the pitch, and the game was first delayed and later called off, before being rearranged for next Thursday.
However if the owners were hoping that the one protest would end things they are in for a shock, with United fans once again planning to meet before the Liverpool game.
There will no doubt be more security outside of Old Trafford ahead of the games this week, with United also facing Leicester City on Tuesday night.
As well as last week's protests, fans managed to get inside the United training ground the week before, following the announcement and collapse of the European Super League.
Even United fans in Norway have been protesting as they gathered outside of the American Embassy to make their feelings known against the American owners.
:beginner: ' Some #MUFC fans in Norway are planning a protest at the American embassy in Oslo tonight!- UtdXclusive :beginner: (@UtdXclusive) May 6, 2021
The protest is planned outside the embassy at 19:00 local time, 2 hours before kick-off between United and Roma in the Europa League Semi final [Nettavisen]
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reportedly wants former teammate Gary Neville to 'tone things down,' with the Sky Sports pundit being very vocal in his backing of fans.
"When it becomes a police matter that's not nice and it has not been helped by certain individuals," the manager explained in his press conference on Wednesday.
"I have to say that's another part of it, that's your (the media's) end of it."
The rearranged fixture means Solskjaer's team are playing four times in a week, starting with last night's loss to Roma, then Sunday's game with Aston Villa, before the games at Old Trafford on Tuesday and Thursday.
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