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Avram Glazer Refuses To Apologise To Manchester United Fans

Max Miller

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Avram Glazer Refuses To Apologise To Manchester United Fans

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Football fans of the 'big six' aren't too happy at the moment, even with the European Super League stopped in its tracks.

Supporters have continued to show anger at the owners who got them into this mess, with Gooners protesting at Stan Kroenke's time at Arsenal yesterday and Manchester United fans blocking the entrance to their training ground on Thursday.

However, at Old Trafford at least, the people in charge don't seem to be listening.

The Daily Mirror tracked down billionaire Red Devils owner Avram Glazer this week, and the American's reaction to questioning won't have pleased the United faithful.

When asked: "Are you now going to sell the club Mr Glazer, as it's clear you have no understanding of your club's supporters or British fans?", Glazer simply replied: "No comment."

The lack of an apology from the owner won't please United fans, and it definitely doesn't sound like Glazer is particularly sorry for trying to damage European football so that he can make a even more cash.

Plenty of United supporters made their disappointment clear online.

United fans already blocked the entrances to their Carrington training ground on Thursday. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Michael Carrick, Darren Fletcher and Nemanja Matic had to speak to the supporters before they dispersed, and Glazer's reaction may mean that the protests won't be ending soon.

This comes after thousands of Arsenal supporters protested fellow America Kroenke outside the Emirates Stadium on Friday evening.

Ahead of the north Londoners' 1-0 defeat to Everton, the fans made their thoughts clear to the ownership, who had earlier attempted to apologise for the Super League attempt.

Topics: Football News, European Super League, Football, Manchester United, Man utd

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